Microsoft is going to unveil the next generation of the Windows Phone OS at a developer conference next week on the 20th, but it looks like the folks at Nokia Innovations have got their hands on some screenshots of the new OS. Also Read - WhatsApp to discontinue support for some more devices this week, is yours one of them?
The purported screenshots seem to suggest Skype integration in Windows Phone 8 and it looks like Skype is being integrated to such a level that the app will behave like a native calling app. Also Read - Google slyly launches Android 5.1 Lollipop on Android One, here's what's new
Another screenshot suggests RCSe integration in the People Hub and there is one showing a new camera interface including a slider for zooming and a toggle switch for switching between videos and stills. Also Read - BlackBerry Messenger now available for Windows Phone users
There is also a screenshot of a new feature called Datasmart which we are guessing will be like the data usage monitor introduced in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Of course, as it is with all these leaks, we cannot confirm if they are the real deal, but surely we can expect some of the above mentioned features to be included in Windows Phone 8.