Windows Phone to Feature NFC by 2012; LTE and Hardware Relaxations Mulled Over

October 20, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is all set to expand their mobile OS platform – the Windows Phone. All the Windows Phone versions, including the latest Mango, have achieved huge popularity among the users.

We hear Microsoft will be introducing many new advanced features in the mobile OS in 2012.

Windows Phone fans will be excited to hear Microsoft’s new promise of bringing in NFC and LTE support. At the AsiaD Conference, Microsoft’s Andy Lees has revealed the outlay of the features that will be seen in the future Windows Phone devices.

The company seems to be finding that the consumers are not very satisfied with the hardware like the processor, radio and screen resolution of the Windows Phone devices. And, that would make them to prepare to loosen the restrictions.

So the hardware manufacturers can relax now and bring in new powerful hardware for the future. We also hear that the Windows Phone devices might feature dual-core processors and LTE radio in the coming year.

Microsoft is also striving to build a plan that would help increase the mutual relationship with the software and hardware vendors, so that the upcoming WP devices satisfy the end users.

That makes us guess that they will allow manufacturers to bring their own hardware and supporting device drivers for the WP devices.

Meanwhile at the event, Lees also revealed two Windows Phone smartphones – the Samsung Focus and the HTC Radar. He also demoed the Kinectimals app too.

Going by what we get to know, the Windows Phone launch in China is scheduled for 2012 and the unveiling of a new Nokia Windows Phone device would happen the coming week.

Aren’t you excited by the new features that Windows Phone would bring to your hands?

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