Last month at Windows Phone Summit, Microsoft showcased sneak peek preview of Windows Phone 8 platform and shared its future plans. During the event, Windows Phone lead Terry Myerson didn’t comment about the availability of Windows Phone 8 SDK.
Now recently a Chinese website WPDang.com has claimed that Microsoft is all set to release Windows Phone 8 SDK in the last week of July. According to the article posted on website, first release of SDK will have a ‘beta’ or ‘preview’ label attached to it and will also feature new full-fledged emulator which we have seen in Windows Phone Summit.
If the sources are correct then it would give plenty of time to the developers before September-November to make or port their apps to the new Windows Phone 8 platform.