The first-ever Windows Phone 8 smartphones will land in September at Nokia’s annual showcase-cum-tech-talking shop, an influential analyst claims.
According to a tweet from Mobile Review editor and all-round industry sage Eldar Murtazin, the debut handsets powered by the next major iteration of Microsoft’s iteration will tip up at Nokia World 2012 on September 5th.
Alas, Murtazin didn't specify a source for his gen or give us anything else to corroborate the info.
But his record in breaking Nokia exclusives – it was he who first reported that Nokia was considering ditching Symbian for Windows Phone - means it’d be foolish to dismiss his claims.
Phones powered by Windows Phone 8, or Apollo as it's informally codenamed, are set to feature support for multi-core processors, microSD card slots and higher resolution displays.
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