A former Microsoft engineer has confirmed the Windows Phone 8 operating system is ready to support 1080p smartphone, means soon we will see a Windows 1080p smartphone in the market, but which will be the first Windows 1080p smartphone, would be next Nokia Lumia or some smartphone of HTC or this time, Microsoft will bring its own smartphone as it happened in case of Windows 8 tablet.
The information comes after the discovery of the Visual Studio 2013 emulator support and would only be confirmed officially after seeing the significant improvements in Windows Phone 8.
Although not all end users see the need for this type of resolution for a mobile device but the trend is clear and it seems that is prevailing in the terminal development industry growing in size and resolution. If you will look on the most high end devices of present Android smartphone market, then you will find 1080p full HD screen smartphone, so it is need of Microsoft to reach to this standard.
Windows Phone 8, however, is limited in its support three screen resolutions: WVGA (480 x 800), WXGA (1,280 x 768 pixels) and 720p (1280 × 720 pixels). And next change can bring full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels).
A stand that will allow Windows Phone 8 catch up with Android in this area and in others as support for quad-core microprocessor and most popular of them are based on ARM RISC architecture. Think of a Nokia Lumia with 5 inches, 1080p resolution, Snapdragon SoC 600/800 and upgraded to Windows Phone 8 GDR3 for Christmas. What you think, well this looks very sensible, if we talk about Windows 1080p smartphone, stay tuned with us for more updates, happy toipoing.