Oh. I guess it's 8MP. The video quality looks amazing too. Hopefully there are some usefull video editing apps for WP8.
High performance apps like video editing should be possible on WP8 as it has native code support and a decent API instead of being hamstrung by the half-baked derived from Silverlight mess that was WP7. In fact the more I think about how good WP8 could be, the clearer it becomes what a massive waste of everyone's time and money WP7 was.
I guess Microsoft wants to an Apple-esque event where they show off all of the new features of WP8 and then say "and you can buy it today." which I would love to see. I'm tired of these "look at all this awesome stuff! You can buy it in about 6 months and it will cost between $500 and $1200" announcements.
While I'd love to play around with the SDK, MS hopefully has some good reasons for keeping things secret until the launch. Big developers are less likely to break and NDA than hobbyists, so they get a chance to have apps in the store at launch. The rest of us will have to wait.
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