| | 01-26-2013, 01:11 PM #4
I tested it communicating with Skype Desktop, and Skype-Metro for Windows 8. If you are saying it's widescreen when talking to someone on Windows 8 and you are using the Metro app, it is just zooming in on the image to make it widescreen (which means a lot of the image is cut out and the quality is poorer). Try skyping to someone on desktop Skype and ask them what the image looks like, on my HTC 8x, they see the same "portrait" picture that is shown on the phone. It is definitely not sending a widescreen image, it isn't even square! It is portrait (the shape of a phone screen).
Originally Posted by srmccoy