Microsoft has been in the news all this while - not only for the upcoming set of smartphones that the company plans to support in its quest to the top, but also for the massively rumored and highly anticipated Windows Phone 8.1 platform.
Set to arrive as an upgrade to the previously released Windows Phone 8 platform, it seems like Microsoft has provided Windows Phone 8.1 with another official push by listing the platform on the Windows Phone website.
And although there hasn't been any announcement related to the upcoming version of the mobile operating system, but if you are willing to head over to the Windows Phone website, you'll come across a certain link for Windows Phone 8.1 as well as Windows Phone 8.
One of the first few people to spot the link was Tom Warren from the Verge who said "No details though, but oops" in a Twitter post. And while the link didn't seem to respond earlier, with a 'page not found' post shown on the page, it seems like now the page has been made active for all those eagerly waiting for the next update.
"Windows Phone is the smartphone that feels a little less like technology and a lot more like you. That's because you can create Tiles of your favorite things-stuff like websites, Pandora radio stations, and people-by pinning them right to your Start screen. From texts to email to news, Live Tiles give you real-time updates. If it matters to you, it's right there," one of the descriptions for the new page states.
This is a new revelation related to the new and upgraded platform that comes just days after Windows Phone 8.1 references started popping up in the Windows Phone App Store, including the numerous ongoing leaks about the features that will be included with the platform.
However, not much can be said about the platform at the moment, but we are expecting some breakthrough related to the platform in the upcoming BUILD that's set to happen this April.