Windows Phone Tango Renamed To Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh

We know several Nokia handsets that will come with Windows Phone Tango pre-installed and there are also several devices that will be updates to a newer version of Microsoft’s platform once the update is available. The Nokia Lumia 610, the Chinese versions of the Lumia 710 and 800, the Lumia 719c and 800c respectively, refer to the first category of devices, while the original Nokia Lumia 710 and 800 are waiting for their updates that are promised to be pushed out soon. Unfortunately, at the moment we have no exact launch date, but we know Microsoft has officially changed the name of WP’s next version and now it will be called Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh.

The Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh is popular even not launched thanks to the less requirements introduced to hardware makers. Below is the chassis, which leaves a dual impression.

Windows Phone Marketplace app restrictions – Some processor-intensive apps have particular memory requirements, and won’t work on phones with 256MB of RAM.

Podcast/Video Podcast Subscriptions – Managing podcast subscriptions or watching video podcasts on a device with 256MB of RAM will not be possible.

Bing Local Scout – Bing Local Scout won’t feature on a device with only 256MB of RAM.

Fast app/Task switching – The feature differs on Windows Phones with 256MB of RAM in that if a single application uses over 90MB, it will be killed on exit and thus not appear in the task switcher, besides this the functionality will remain unchanged.

SkyDrive automatic photo upload – 256MB of RAM means no auto-upload option, but users will still be able to upload their photos manually.

HD video playback – Some compressed videos will be unable to play due to a lack of codec support on devices with 256MB of RAM.

Background agents – To free up RAM for the foreground on such devices, generic background agents will be disabled.


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