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Windows Phone 7.8 detail leaks by way of Nokia

|November 19 2012 |Nokia, Microsoft, Mobile OS, Rumours


Nokia accidentally leaked details of the upcoming Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade, which is supposed to be released for Windows Phone Mango-based devices.

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Microsoft advocates the new upgrade will fetch Windows Phone 8 OS features like what we have seen as the start up screen having re-sizable tiles. The same will be seen in the upcoming Mango-based devices.

However, the software giant has refrained from announcing the exact type of features. But...

But a leak has accidentally arrived. A Nokia dossier claims to have acquired China-based Winp.cn website, which shows what will be the resulting effect of the upcoming update in terms of user interface.

As per the Nokia document, there exists a total of 20 new colors for users to choose from. Internet Explorer will be updated with a strong security. However, users will not get the new Internet Explorer i.e. IE10. One important addition to the OS is MP3 editor with which users can create ringtones out of songs.

‘Rooms’ like feature is also being rumored to be added in the new update. It will have some new services like that of Microsoft's smart glass and Xbox music.

If you are using Windows Phone 7 mobile phones, you need to wait for few months to get the 7.8 update. It has been slated for release in Q1 of next year.

No official word has yet been arrived either from Nokia or Microsoft. Let us assume this leak to be just another rumor for the Windows 7.8 update. What you say? Do share your views with fellow readers in the below comment section.


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