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Monday, January 10, 2011

Windows Phone 7 Is Slick But Has A Lot Of Catching Up To Do free

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 opertaing system launched in the UK at the end of October and at the beginning of November in the US, signalling the Redmond giants intention to claw back some of the smartphone market.
The OS and the devices from HTC, Samsung and LG were generally well received, Microsoft has said that 1.5 million have been sold to operators since launch. However, the operating system still lacks important features like copy & paste, true multitasking and a limit on notification messages.
That said, Windows Phone 7 does a very good job of displaying information where it needs to be, reducing the need for extra button presses and wasted time using the device. The marketplace isgrowing rapidly and Microsoft is sinking millions of marketing dollars into the platform to boost its profile.
Apple and Google will be launching new additions to their operating systems in the near future, Microsoft will need to make sure its updates drop when planned and continue to innovate for risk of losing out to iOS and Android before it even got the chance to compete.
Its been a big year for Smartphone, you can’t go for long without hearing about a new handset leaking on the internet. With so much news we will have missed some developments and this is where you come in.


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