Microsoft plans to update Windows Phone 8 to support 1080p mobile displays, according to recent reports.
The Verge has been speaking to "Sources familiar with Microsoft's Windows Phone plans," who have confirmed that Microsoft is looking to bring its mobile OS up to speed in the resolution department.
The report claims that Microsoft will launch an "update later this year" that will bring 1080p support to Windows Phone 8, and will open the door for a new batch of Windows Phone devices.
Apparently, this "General Distribution Release," or GDR3 as it's being referred to, for Windows Phone will pave the way for the launch of all-new smartphone devices with displays that measure 5-inches and above.
The lack of 1080p support is rumoured to be a bit of a snag when it comes to getting hardware manufacturer support. It's believed that HTC was set to launch its own 4.7-inch Windows Phone 8 device, known as the Zenith, but cancelled its plans because it would have a lower resolution screen than its current high-end Android range.
The report also reveals that GDR3 will add support for Qualcomm's newer processors, which means that we should finally start to see quad-core Windows Phone 8 devices coming to market.
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