Windows Phone Emulator 8 reveals that soon will support 1080p screens
The developer Justin Angel found evidence inside the Microsoft official emulator for Windows Phone 8 would suggest that next mobile operating system from the Redmond company will support 1080p resolution screens, which would increase its competitiveness against Android cell in range high.
The last time that Microsoft changed the support for a given resolution in Windows Phone was in June last year, when he revealed that Windows Phone 8 was ready to support a resolution of 720p since before all phones with the operating system were limited to WVGA resolution.
Now, just waiting for when Microsoft officially revealed support for Full HD rumors since admitted they could be announced at the conference BUILD last week, or you might have come by the rumored Nokia ‘EOS’ , but unfortunately, leaks and note that their will be an OLED screen 1280 x 768 pixels.
Link: Windows Phone 8 to get 1080p display support, more evidence surfaces (SlashGear)Tags: 1080, 1080p, Full HD, Full HD screen, Microsoft, pantalla Full HD, Windows Phone, Windows Phone 8