If you’re like me, you may like to take a screen shot of your phone, be it to take a picture of a funny text message mishap, perhaps to save a great drawing you did in DrawSomething, or in my situation, to show off an app and how it works for a review. Whatever the case may be, if you’ve owned a Windows Phone, you’d know that you sadly don’t have that option as the OS doesn’t support the capability. Thankfully, that may all change, when Microsoft releases Windows Phone 8 later this year.
According to site, WPDang (you’ll need a web translator), Windows Phone 8 will have this feature built-in and will be accessible by holding down the start button and the camera button. Seeing how every Windows Phone device features a dedicated camera button, this does make perfect sense and seem fairly straight forward. Unfortunately, we don’t know much about WPDang or its credibility, so this story is being tagged as a rumor for now.
Still, even as a rumor, this once does seem pretty plausible, it’s not that difficult of a software tweak for the Windows Phone team to fit into the massive update that is Windows Phone 8. What do you all think? Is this a feature that you’d like to see in WP8?