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Engadget : Windows Phone 7 in-depth preview

Engadget : "It's been a long road, hasn't it? Well, in some respects, it hasn't -- in fact, it's only been about two years since development of Windows Phone 7 as we know it today kicked off -- but when you consider that this product will be replacing Windows Mobile 6.5, that puts things in proper perspective. In fact, even the very latest maintenance releases of good ol' WinMo are based on the same rickety underpinnings as version 5.0 was way back in 2005, at a time when WVGA smartphone displays were science fiction, 4G networks were a good two Gs beyond the average American's comprehension, and Engadget looked like this."

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Cartesian3D2948d ago

it seems Microsoft wants to make sth useful for mobile devices after all.

it has office(kinda') and xbox live integration .. cant wait to see the evolution of those features .

JustTheFactsMr2948d ago

http://www.infoworld.com/d/...

"Microsoft's demos of its great mobile hope shows Windows Phone 7 to be only a tepid knockoff of a 2007-era iPhone".

"I had the same feeling you get when you got a movie based on a great trailer, only to discover that all the good stuff was in the trailer and the rest of the movie was a mess. A pig, in fact."