As visible from our previous posts, Microsoft is on the verge of creating a revolution in the OS world with its new Windows Phone 8 operating system. And one of the major focus of MS has surely been a diverse hardware support.
Windows Phone 8 OS will not just support dual-core processors, but also assist about 64 cores at the same time. Not often do you see so many parallel chips existing in one single platform. Furthermore, developers have got rid of the old 800 x 480 resolution display. It will depend on the builders, whether they wish to get the usual 1280 x 720 or an uncommon 1280 x 768 resolution display.
There is also support for SD cards that was being requested from a long time now. The SD card support is beyond the usual initial expansion.
Surely, Microsoft has made a great attempt in bringing the new hardware configurations at par with its competitors, or may be a little ahead.