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The blog ‘Windows Phone 8: Top 10 Facts You Need to Know’ written by Kevin Genovario (http://www.heavy.com) highlights some interesting Windows 8 features and capabilities:
Like Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 Will Have Live TilesWindows Phone 8 will have a start screen made up of live tiles. These tiles update automatically with information like news stories, sports updates and picture galleries from social media accounts, presenting everything you need to your fingertips.
Windows Phone 8 Has the Ability to Create Rooms for Family and FriendsOne of the new and unique features of the Windows Phone 8 operating system is the feature of "Rooms." A Windows Phone 8 user can ‘create rooms’ that you can share with certain people such as your family, friends or coworkers. There is also a "People Hub" feature that lets you view a contact and all of your interactions with them including text messages, e-mails, social media comments and more.
Windows Phone 8 is Equipped With a “Kid’s Corner”The Windows Phone 8 "Kid's Corner" is designed to let your kids distract themselves with your phone without you worrying about them downloading any costly apps. The feature lets you choose what apps they can access and it even gives them their own home screen.
You can Share Data Across Multiple Devices
Windows Phone 8 uses the SkyDrive app to enable sharing information between devices, such as your phone to Xbox 360 to Windows PCs. This allows you to share things like your music across all devices.
Windows Phone 8 Will Get Internet Explorer 10Internet Explorer 10 is Microsoft's latest web browser upgrade and it will be active on the Windows Phone 8 devices as well. Features of IE 10 include stricter security to keep browsing on your phone safe.
Nokia, HTC and Samsung All Offer Windows Phone 8 Phones
Nokia, HTC and Samsung are all releasing Windows Phone 8 phones starting with the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820. The HTC Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S and Samsung Galaxy Ativ S have unknown release dates, but are said to hit the market sometime before Thanksgiving.
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