Smartphones with Windows Phone 8 should reach the U.S. market around September or October this year. And Microsoft has already announced who are the feature manufacturers of phones that will have Windows Phone 8. Besides the already expected Nokia, Huawei, HTC and Samsung (one of today's technology giants) will also have Windows smartphones. Other partners may be advertised in the future, but the first list already excludes some names that were in the past conferences, such as ZTE. And it's not just the operating system of these companies devices have in common, because they will all be equipped with processors from Qualcomm - probably the chosen model is the Snapdragon S4.
Another extremely important announcement was made yesterday. The Windows Phone 8 will hit stores with support for 50 different languages, which is more than iOS (from Apple) offers to consumers. In addition, Microsoft promises that 180 countries have access to the operating system.