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asked Sep 13, 2013 in Java Interview Questions by anonymous
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Nokia Windows Phone 8 handsets showing up on T-Mobile, Verizon
 
 
 
Moving away from the hubbub about Windows Phone 8 upgrades, we now also have increasing evidence of actual new Windows Phone 8 hardware being tested in the wild.
 
The latest is via DSLReport’s mobile speed test, which shows the user agent of two Windows Phone 8 handsets, one named Qualcomm Fluid and the other Nokia Fluid. Both of course have been spotted before, but now the full user agent confirms that these are Windows Phone 8 handsets running IE10.
 
The Verizon handset also seems pretty snappy, likely indicating LTE on board. The same can unfortunately not be said for the T-Mobile speed test.
 
Of note is that we are seeing windows phone 8 handsets on the same networks in our own server logs, with screen resolutions of 768×768 and 480×480. Also of note is most of our Windows Phone 8 traffic not coming from Microsoft is coming from AT&T. So far nothing from Sprint however.
 
The relevant pages can be seen in Google’s cache here and here (13th April), but may of course disappear soon.
answered Sep 13, 2013 by anonymous
edited Sep 12, 2013
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Nokia Windows Phone 8 handsets showing up on T-Mobile, Verizon
 
 
 
Moving away from the hubbub about Windows Phone 8 upgrades, we now also have increasing evidence of actual new Windows Phone 8 hardware being tested in the wild.
 
The latest is via DSLReport’s mobile speed test, which shows the user agent of two Windows Phone 8 handsets, one named Qualcomm Fluid and the other Nokia Fluid. Both of course have been spotted before, but now the full user agent confirms that these are Windows Phone 8 handsets running IE10.
 
The Verizon handset also seems pretty snappy, likely indicating LTE on board. The same can unfortunately not be said for the T-Mobile speed test.
 
Of note is that we are seeing windows phone 8 handsets on the same networks in our own server logs, with screen resolutions of 768×768 and 480×480. Also of note is most of our Windows Phone 8 traffic not coming from Microsoft is coming from AT&T. So far nothing from Sprint however.
 
The relevant pages can be seen in Google’s cache here and here (13th April), but may of course disappear soon.
answered Sep 13, 2013 by anonymous
edited Sep 12, 2013

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