Windows Phone 8 SDK preview leaks online
Microsoft is yet to launch Windows Phone 8 SDK (Software Development Kit), but it has been leaked online by the Chinese website WPXAP. The SDK offers a glimpse of the new features and improvements that will be introduced by Microsoft in Windows Phone 8. Images of Windows Phone 8’s screens have also been leaked by the website WP7.hu.
The leaked SDK and images confirm the earlier reports that Windows Phone 8 will allow in-app purchases on the Windows Phone Marketplace.
The new operating system for mobile devices will have Nokia Maps and there will be camera and lens enhancements as well. Windows Phone 8 will allow peer-to-peer Bluetooth sharing and apps will be able to work in the background. Apps will also have access to the media library of Windows Phones.
The leaked Windows Phone SDK can be run on the 64-bit preview edition of Windows 8. The SDK can be downloaded from the official Microsoft server (password required) or a third party website with the help of an app.