New Features At a Glance :-
- Support for multi-core processors. Existing support for single core has been a major concern for some high-end users wanting faster processing ability.
- Two new high-definition screen resolutions for the coming OS. They are 1280 x 768 and 1280 x 720.
- Removeable micro-SD support for the first time to allow expansion of base storage.
- A busier start screen with room for more live tiles than in Windows Phone 7.5. Today's Windows Phones have room for up to eight live tiles and WP8 will have room for up to 32 live tiles, which can be sized differently.
- IT support. Adminstrators will see some gaps in the existing OS filled, including support for encryption and secure boot in WP8, as well as the ability to allow IT to deploy apps without going through Windows Marketplace.
- Built-in Nokia Navteq map technology, with turn-by-turn driving instructions in many countries.
- Full Internet Explorer 10 support with more features of HTML 5 added. Belfiore said that Windows Phone 8 with IE10 will download Web pages slightly faster than three other popular smartphones on the market.
- Native code support, a feature seen as useful to developers eager to move their apps from iOS or Android to Windows Phone.
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