Windows Phone 7.5 Update: Will Support 256MB RAM, Targeting The Markets Like China

Posted on Feb 27 2012 - 8:34am by Editorial Staff

In an important update to be said, Microsoft is planning to support a new minimum hardware specification for its Windows Phone platform from April – another one is that the phone name Tango, which is in rumors since from the past day has engineered with its latest Windows Phone 7.5 update and it will be in the position to target markets like China. Nokia in partnership with Microsoft is promising to bring a number of low-cost Lumia products for Chinese market.

The first device to demonstrate in the Windows range today with the Windows Phone 7.5 update, with Nokia’s Lumia 610 device – announced just moments ago at Mobile World Congress, the 610 includes an 800MHz processor and 256MB of RAM – with the sigh of minimum hardware requirements i.e. of 256 MB RAM – the phone shows a good sign over the flexibility with what the company is planning to offering.

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