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Microsoft Finally Launches Windows Phone 7


Windows Phone 7Quite recently Windows Phone 7 was officially announced by Microsoft. Windows Phone 7 is a mobile operating system developed by Microsoft, and is the successor to their Windows Mobile platform. You can expect a completely new finger-friendly User Interface. It also enables easy integration with Microsoft services Xbox Live and Bing. Also contains third-party applications like eBay, IMDB, Netflix, and some music apps.

You can also expect integration with social networking sites like Facebook. As of now Samsung, LG and HTC are powered by Windows Phone 7. There are nine Windows Phone 7 devices that will be available in the U.S. from top manufacturers like Dell, HTC, Samsung, and LG. One of them, the HTC 7 Surround, has just been officially announced by AT&T. Also there was a buzz like devices based on WP7 won’t support copy and paste, and tethering. People behind the Windows Phone 7 said the user experience is consistent and delightful, and also explained that “hundreds of thousands” of developers were working on applications for the OS.

Personally I feel Windows Phone 7 is hitting the smartphone market too late, now it is hard for them to cope with iOS, Android, and BlackBerry.

Will Windows Phone 7 survive in the battle amongst iOS, Android and BlackBerry? Please share your opinions below as comments.


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    • Harshit Singhal@Laptop Review

      Windows Phone 7 is good, but not good enough. Still lacks some integrated features to power it to the top.

    • Sourish @ iTouch 4

      i want to see users experience and how this thing fares …


      I’m too eager to try windows 7 on mobile 🙂

    • Seema Singh

      Windows Phone 7 (Windows Phone 7). After the transitional phase that was Windows Mobile 6.5 – and let’s face it, it really was no more than a quick fix, with Windows Mobile’s overall market share plummeting month after month – Microsoft has finally decided to embrace the new smartphone philosophy.

    • chakkravarthi

      Windows phone 7 interface is quite unique and looks awesome when compared to traditional looking android or iphone OS. I personally love to use windows 7 OS and I am sure those who had a chance to try it would say its awesome.. I definitely think windows phone 7 is going to be rocking soon.

    • Andreas@Linknami

      Finally, I hope they have learned from their mistakes and be able to compete with the iphone o/s this time. If microsoft use all resources available to them they could easily crush apple once again.

      • Irfan Siddiqui

        Do you really thing they can compete with iPhone with their newly launch phones? Well i don’t think so, iPhone has created a level which i think is not easy to cover up for a newly launch device.

    • Abhijeet

      Steve Ballmer with his statement “I’ve been looking forward to this day for some time”, made clear that Microsoft have delayed it’s smart phone launch.

    • Sathish @ TechieMania

      I dont think that windows phone will compete with iPhone and Android. Lets see what they will get when it comes out.

    • Manpreet Singh Rehsi

      I am not going to leave my Android powered Samsung Galaxy S. But shall defiantly give it a try whenever I got the chance

    • Hemantth

      I think, WP7 will slowly gain the market, It has lot of advantages over competetiors, And the thing is not how many apps are there but how many Apps we are using, WP7 has inbulit features and no need to find out more 3rd party apps.

    • Sourish @ iTouch 4

      waiting for the videos and reviews of this phone and how it competes with iphone


    • FAQ Support Rep

      At last!!! I want this mobile phone so bad because I want to compare how much better it is thatn the iphone haha. Is there a retail price for this already?


      Its Looking Good and it must have integration with top social networking sites because they are very popular and every body want to have this features in their phones.

    • Irfan Siddiqui

      I don’t think i will ever buy these kinda phones when their is lot more phones available in market. 😀

    • Abhishek Rohilla

      hope that it is a better success than Kin.

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    • Prabal

      Well Android is there to fight. 😉

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