Microsoft India during a Windows Phone developers camp confirmed to the attendees that the next release of Windows Phone, codenamed “Tango”, will support 120 languages:
“Mango has support for 35 languages and Tango will have for 120 languages,” the speakers quoted as saying.
Another attende mentioned tweeted that one of the Microsoft speakers confirmed that developers will be able to develop apps for the “next release” of Windows Phone using C++ native coding, although the speakers refused to confirm whether this “next release” refers to Tango, Apollo, or the next developer release of Visual Studio:
“Mr Vikram Sharma says developers can develop apps in C++ in the next release cc @weemundo #wpdev #wp7camp”
This news complements the previous reports that “Tango” is focused on bringing Windows Phone to additional markets, including developing countries such as China and India.
In other Windows Phone news, Dutch phone retailer Typhone.nl has a product page up for the Nokia Lumia 910, sporting a 12 megapixel camera and which will be launched in Europe, the site revealed.
The spec sheet is a bit more detailed stating:
Lumia 910 at the 4.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen LCD comes with Like 1.4 GHz processor running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. This screen has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and is extremely bright. Lumia 910 has a 3G or WiFi network to connent to the Internet.
Nokia 910 Lumia camera is capable of taking sharp pictures and record videos in HD with its 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens on the back of the phone. On the front of the phone is a secondary 1.3 megapixel camera ideal for a video call.
The site also has seperate products page for the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 with not deatils at the moment.
Microsoft is expected to reveal more on Windows Phone at Mobile World Congress 2012, which just around the corner.