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Windows Phone 7 Rundown

0. phoneArena posted on 08 Oct 2010, 09:35

Microsoft's make-it-or-break-it moment in the mobile industry has come, and we are providing you with a short summary of WP7's expected features...

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:49

1. ibap (Posts: 780; Member since: 09 Sep 2009)

BRAKE IT? (In the home page blurb.) Homonym anyone? And I guess we have the iPhone to thank for lack of copy and paste being acceptable at launch. What rot.

posted on 08 Oct 2010, 13:04

2. 9oofy (unregistered)

Microsoft is trying to ape Apple. It is doing all that is hated in iPhone by Windows Mobile fan boys. It will loose this crowd and will not be able to lure iPhone fans. That's it. --9oofy

posted on 08 Oct 2010, 15:54

3. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)

I mean this is the real test. This is the test to see if even WebOS will even make a resurgence. Microsoft has to find a voice amongst juggernauts Apple and Google. Even then, they have to deal with RIM and Palm...to some extent. There are so many OS's out there, people may not want yet another one to consider. And honestly, I don't think this will go well for Microsoft. The phone looks awesome, but will the average person care about Microsoft when the cool thing to have is an iPhone or a Droid? I just don't think so. Microsoft needs to do what RIM did not do on the Torch. They need features that Google and Apple are holding out on. They need to make the slickest on the market and give people a reason to buy it. But I do thing Microsoft is leaning from past mistakes, one I think Google needs to follow. Microsoft has a standard of what hardware the manufacturer needs before it use their OS. That's the one thing I think Google needs to do from now on. People would still get different kinds of phones, but there need to be a certain standard overall...

posted on 08 Oct 2010, 21:36

4. Chris T (unregistered)

Seem like t-mobile is going to be carrying it.The guys phone says t-Mobile and from what i understood it was going to be avaiable until 2011 unlocked.

posted on 10 Oct 2010, 15:01

5. Franky says WP7 (unregistered)

There isn't a need to cut 'n paste since the phone is smart enough to understand addresses and phone numbers.

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