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Windows 8 might have Windows Phone 7 Tile UI

WinUI thumb Windows 8 might have Windows Phone 7 Tile UIConcept Pic (Not Actual Windows 8 UI)

According to the rumors, it is expected that Windows 8 will have a Windows phone 7 base Metro UI. Acc to phone arena :

Windows 8 is slated to fulfill Microsoft’s vision of “three screens and a cloud”, and will rely heavily on cloud services. There is to be dual-interface overlay, depending on what is Win 8 running on, and the tablet UI, codenamed Mosh, is speculated to feature big live tiles, similar to what Windows Phone 7 offers.

Recently we posted a Windows 8 build 7930 screenshot displaying some new features is Windows 8 , but acc to rumors those screenshots have no clue about the next rumored Windows 8 mosh UI or now Windows phone 7 tile UI .

Also Windows 8 (Next OS) may have a dedicated gaming focus and feature a flexible 3D interface, as well as a Windows Marketplace app store, and of course is expected to run on ARM chipsets on tablets.(added by WMpowerUser)

Another Dell Roadmap Suggests that Windows 8 slates might be available by mid 2012 .

Adding from PhoneArena :

A “tiled” UI for devices like Nokia Windows Phone, plus Windows 8 running for long hours on a tablet that can support most ports and software you throw at it, plus Windows 8 with fancy 3D UI and gaming focus for desktops, all linked up to Microsoft’s cloud – all really sounds like a sea of change and a risky bet, but it might very well pay off in 2012, which will be the 5th year since Apple disturbed the mobile universe with the iPhone.

Leaked Dell 2011 tablet roadmap Windows 8 might have Windows Phone 7 Tile UI

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