You can expect a Windows Phone 8 refresh in the near future, but for those of you thinking it would arrive this year with iOS 7 lurking around the corner and Android 4.3 (or 5.0), but you'd be wrong.
Microsoft are planning a Windows 8.1-style revamp for Windows Phone, according to The Verge. This wouldn't arriev until next year and would reportedly include "a notification center, improved multitasking, and changes to built-in apps" as well as "a rotation lock option."
There was meant to be smaller updates to arrive, but Microsoft have reportedly decided to roll them all into one big super update.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:37 am CDT
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