Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 to Deliver 1080p Display Support

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Microsoft to deliver 1080p support in developer tools supreme, Visual Studio 2013 as indicated by the files inside Visual Studio 2013 which include skin support for 1920×1080 resolution.  Great timing considering Windows Phone 8 GDR3 will add support for 1080p displays later this year allowing this resolution to open the opportunity for OEMs to create devices with 5″ displays. Along with support for new quad-core processors from Qualcomm, GDR3 is set to give Windows Phone a big boost and Microsoft’s Visual Studio is ready for the challenge. Read the full story here.



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