Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 1:21 pm IST
More features coming to Windows Phone 8
| by Karan Shah |
Windows Phone fans will surely have something to smile about now. Greg Sullivan, Senior Product manager for Windows Phone, has revealed to Pocket-lint that what the company has shown of the Windows Phone 8 so far forms a minority of the complete set of WP8's features for end consumers, and plenty more are to come. Sullivan was quoted as saying, "We showed a lot at the Sneak Peek event, in San Francisco, if you were a developer or an IT pro. Of the end-user consumer visible features and capabilities, we showed a minority of features at the event. This release has a significant amount of new functionality for developers and IT pros in particular, and because of the planning cycles involved in getting them the information they need to take advantage of the release when it hits, we thought it was important to confirm and prepare them. Which is partly why we didn't detail all the consumer features."
More features coming soon...
After the announcement of Microsoft Surface, the software giant also gave a sneak peek of their swanky new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8. The currently showcased bouquet of features include:
The complete list of features hasn’t been announced yet, but we’re sure they’ll surface in the coming months, so stay tuned for more updates.
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