Check an image on the web, sent from an anonymous source, of what should be a device Nokia Lumia 900 which runs on a build for developers of Windows Phone Apollo 8, which is the next version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system. Windows Phone 8 should finally bring the platform in the era of multicore chipsets and HD displays, among the many improvements to make it even more competitive and gain competition.
Microsoft puts Apollo in the hope of being able to exploit the full potential of the platform and consolidate its position as the third competitor in the war between mobile operating systems, currently conducted by IOS and Android.
References to Windows Phone 8 already appeared in various applications and market forecasts, but to really learn something more we wait for the Microsoft Windows Phone Developer Summit to be held on 20 and 21 June. A close-launch Windows 8 in the desktop version, on which kernel the new Windows Phone seems to lean on, would further enhance the charm of Apollo submitting a complete ecosystem.