Screenshots reveal more of WM7

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Screenshots reveal more of WM7
We are still waiting for the first phones running on the 6.5 version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system, but this doesn’t mean we cannot dream of what would be the real deal – Windows Mobile 7. It seems like we are having a lucky day, since three new screenshots of WM7 have surfaced.  The images reveal the UI of the OS, including Microsoft’s upcoming storefront, along with an IM app and a podcasts screen from the Zune UI, which we suspected we would see in WinMo 7.  It seems like Mobile Marketplace will also provide access to other online services of the developer, apart from the numerous third party applications. Having that said, we certainly like the outlook of the future OS with that ‘health bar’-like battery life and volume indicators.

source: WMPoweruser

Screenshots reveal more of WM7
Screenshots reveal more of WM7
Screenshots reveal more of WM7


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4 Comments

1. iammclovin804

Posts: 27; Member since: Feb 26, 2009

fake.\hype

2. FlexSurferOne

Posts: 5; Member since: Mar 19, 2009

agree! looks fake to me as well

3. ageffner

Posts: 18; Member since: Jan 27, 2009

Not only is it fake, but it's not even consistent! Looks at the status indicator bars at the top. They are different depths, and the indicators (i.e. signal, clock, etc.) are different point sizes, can't tell about the font. Also on the send screenshot "IM Conversation", the pics of the people aren't even lined up correctly. The pic for "Me" at the top is centered against the word "Me". The pic for Chris is more towards the top, and the pic for "Me" at the bottom is more towards the bottom. Inconsistent, looks like a bad photoshop job. Adam

4. Legion

Posts: 397; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

God phonearena is stupid

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