Windows Phone 8 still hasn't been officially announced by Microsoft but there is plenty of evidence that the team at Redmond is working hard on the next version of its mobile OS, which has the code name "Apollo". Today, WPCentral.com reports that according to their site analytics, a version of Windows Phone 8 has been used to visit the site that has a display resolution of 768x1280.
The display color setting for this resolution was set at 24-bit, according to the story, which is an improvement from the normal 16-bit color setup The story also claims via unnamed sources that 768x1280 will indeed be one of the resolution sizes officially supported by Windows Phone 8. Other display sizes will include 480x640, 480x800 (which is the current display size for Windows Phone 7 devices) and 720x1280.
The same story also shows a list of recent Windows Phone 8 build version numbers which indicates that Microsoft is working hard to get "Apollo" ready for release in the near future. Rumors are that Microsoft will officially reveal and offer the first real details on Windows Phone 8 during a developer conference in San Fransisco in June. The first smartphones with Windows Phone 8 are not expected to be released until sometime later this fall.