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Official: copy-paste coming to Windows Phone 7 next month

14 February, 2011 | Read the news | Post your comment
Official: copy-paste coming to Windows Phone 7 next month - read the full textMicrosoft had other things to say at MWC this year, apart from the new partnership with Nokia. It seems the copy and paste functionality is coming to Windows Phone 7 owners next month via a "major update". We didn't get much further details on this update, though. But Andy Lees, President of...


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wooooow !!!
copy paste functionality !!!!!
what a powerfull OS !!!

people would be stupid to buy crappy WP7

Windows Phone 7 lacks some features that were found in earlier versions of Windows Mobile. Among the features that have been confirmed to arrive in the near-future include cut, copy, and paste,[65] full multitasking for 3rd party apps,[66] and Adobe Flash.[67] Windows Phone 7 supports upgradable storage via an SD Card; however SD card memory is merged with the phone's internal storage, and changing the SD card causes the phone to reset to factory settings.[68][69] Windows Phone 7 does not support connecting to Wi-Fi (wireless) access points which are hidden[70] or have a static IP address,[71] tethering to a computer[72] (although it can be done via a hack on the Samsung Focus[73]), videocalling,[74] VoIP calling,[75] USB mass-storage,[76] universal email inbox,[76] universal search,[76] a system-wide file manager,[74] Bluetooth file transfers,[74] USSD messages,[77] or custom ringtones.[78]

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  • 2011-02-14 18:15
  • LaIm

What is the big deal about Copy and Paste

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  • 2011-02-14 18:12
  • PvW1

> In reply to therock @ 2011-02-14 18:05 from 4Hra - click to readOMG copy paste !!!! its a technological marvel !!! coming so early to WP7 !!

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  • 2011-02-14 18:12
  • vGEt

nokia windows phone to arrive in 2012! by that time nokia will be in fifth place behind zte. in this fast pace world, that's feels like eternity.

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  • 2011-02-14 18:11
  • wujy

i mean 4

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  • 2011-02-14 18:05
  • 4Hra

Copy - paste option I have on my Nokia N95 8GB since I purchase on 2007 year. I no more Nokia fan, coz i never been for most boring WP 7 OS fan. It's sad to say that Symbian have all features / specification but somebody don't like OS and for this reason was abandoned....... and with WP 7 gonna to extinction.
Need to be fully brainless to buy a phone with Windows Phone 7 OS instead Android OS (Symbian is well just soft not advanced) fully functioned phone.

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  • 2011-02-14 18:03
  • m5Ns

i am an android user and prefer android for apps. but i used samsung focus for a day. it has wp7. its the fastest os till date and is beautiful to look at. but takes time getting used to. hope they remove all ios type limitations

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  • 2011-02-14 17:59
  • vGrD

can they change the enitre ugly ui,massibe os limitations,and the geekyness of it in the update,then it might sell

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  • 2011-02-14 17:54
  • smTp

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