Windows Phone 8.1 Too Mainstream? Here's Windows Phone 8.5

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With all the latest rumors and hype surrounding the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 getting more evident with each passing day, it seems like there's some more information related to the future Windows Phone 8x builds. And, apparently, the new leaks have described a future that's way beyond the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1.

According to reports, in what seems to be a bizarre turn of events, details are flocking in about a certain Windows Phone 8.5 platform that can easily change the way we look at any device running on the Windows Phone platform.

Windows Phone 8.1 Too Mainstream? Here's Windows Phone 8.5

As expected, the details have been outed via the leaked Windows Phone emulator, with its latest revelation pointing at a futuristic Windows Phone 8.5 build which brings some radical and significant changes to the phone's UI.

The name Windows Phone 8.5 has been mentioned in the emulator the TimeMe developer was using to bring his application on Windows Phone 8.1 when it gets released.

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Moreover, the tooltip, where the platform detail has been clearly mentioned, shows that TimeMe secondary live tiles could be altered or unavailable for release after Windows Phone 8.5.

However, sadly enough, no additional details on the unannounced operating system have been further unearthed. However, it is expected that more information related to the but we suspect more info on Windows Phone 8.5 will emerge later this year. Although nothing should be expected at Microsoft upcoming BUILD event.

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As of now, heading back to the more apparent Windows Phone 8.1 update, the new update is expected to offer several different innovations that will allow users to store apps and games in SD cards, quick-access to customized actions such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, manual update checks and more.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more details on the upcoming platform update.

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