WorldWide Tech & Science. Francisco De Jesùs.
Windows Phone 8 will support multiple processors devices. Up to 64.
Windows Phone Summit 2012 June 20,2012.
Windows Phone 8 will arrive on shelves with a shared core with Microsoft's Windows 8 platform, something that has been long rumored to be so.
It will be released this holiday, with elements common with Windows 8, including kernel, networking, multimedia, driver support.
Through making this move, Microsoft ensures that devices would arrive on shelves in a wider range of form factors and price points.
Microsoft announced that Windows Phone 8 would arrive on better hardware than before, including devices with multiple processors (the OS can support up to 64 processors on the same device).
Support for more powerful GPUs will also be included in the OS, so that users would benefit from a better multimedia and gaming experience.
Windows Phone 8 will add support for microSD cards, so that users can add increased storage space into the mix as they please, and it will also add support for more screen resolutions, including WVGA, WXVGA and true 720p.
Windows Phone 8 will be launched with Internet Explorer 10, which should deliver the same experience that IE10 on Windows 8 has to offer, including the same level of security.