Microsoft announces low-end WP7 chassis, possibly for Tango
2. MichaelHeller posted on 29 Sep 2011, 20:42 2
Good point. Has Microsoft even sanctioned dual-core processors yet?
5. quesoesgrande posted on 29 Sep 2011, 21:21 0
yeah... the really should be focusing on getting the big ticket items out first so the can make tons of money on that and when they have extra money in their pockets they can invest in lower end
8. SemperFiV12 posted on 30 Sep 2011, 04:06 1
That's not how it works... They try to get as many units out to as big of a population out. They feel there is a larger population in the East, with less budgets to spend on phones, but needing the new iteration of the "cell-phone".
As a business model it makes sense...
As a US consumer... I AGREE WITH ALL YOU ABOVE ME! Get a "superhero device"!
3. Axial (unregistered) posted on 29 Sep 2011, 20:56 0
Forget the dual-core CPUs, I want:
1.) better GPU; the Adreno 205 is getting long in the tooth. Hell, maybe sanction Tegra 2 and/or Kal-El? Or bug Qualcomm to give WP7 the Adreno 220. ANything, really.
2.) higher screen resolutions. Why don't we make this easy and skip straight to 1280x720, Microsoft? Or would such a high resolution make WP7 encroach too closely to Windows 8's turf?
3.) Micro-USB port standardized to the top or bottom so we can have a game-pad attachment for some serious play; let's leverage that XBL capability. And no, I don't want a swappable tray.
4. quesoesgrande posted on 29 Sep 2011, 21:20 0
if i were to go windows (and if mango impresses me i might) then why would i want low end? I don't know if i could live with a low end phone after my sensation.
6. inside_ur_heart2003 (unregistered) posted on 30 Sep 2011, 00:17 1
this is the nothing just capturing the market.. i guess they are looking forward to Asia's market too.
7. Rikkirik (unregistered) posted on 30 Sep 2011, 01:42 1
Low end phones are for people who don't want a high end phone, because the only thing they do is make calls with them. It's a smart move of Microsoft to not only have high end spec phones but also low end, especially for the emerging markets (who can't afford high end phones) where a lot of rivals like Google are trying to make inroads with cheaper phones. Heck even Apple is thinking about producing and marketing cheaper phones. Even in like China most mobiles sold are low end. You canoot gain marketshare by only investing in high end phones. To keep ahead of the competition low and high end phones is a must.