There has been speculation that Microsoft will drop the Windows CE kernel for some time now, and this only accelerated once Microsoft ported Windows 8 to ARM.
Windows Phone 7 is currently based on the Windows CE 6 kernel, which is pretty old. While this does not prove Windows Phone 8 will be based on Windows 8, with ARM tablets set to have built-in telephone services the need to maintain two kernels that do essentially the same thing appear increasingly redundant.
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