One of the pivotal announcements this MWC was without a doubt the new Windows Phone 7 OS. There are yet no devices made to support it, but we've got some shots of a prototype plus some lengthy presentation videos to feast your eyes on.
The Microsoft booth was one of the most visited places at the huge Barcelona Fair grounds. After yesterday's announcement, the booth played a non-stop stream of live 30-minute presentations whole day.
The new Microsoft Windows Phone 7 OS was presented on a prototype. That phone won't make it to the market and it has been created for demo purposes only. We bet however that some manufacturer (probably HTC) already has something similar in the pipeline.
Here's the full 30-minute Microsoft presentation of the new Windows Phone 7 mobile OS. We've split that into four parts and we've compiled them into a playlist here (make sure you select 480p mode for better video quality):
In case you're interested in our Windows Phone 7 OS scoop, you can check out our article in the GSMArena blog: Windows Phone 7 Series: what’s new, what’s old, what’s here and what’s missing
i stop buying wm for log time there evrything exept a phone . need 1 hour to start to ring for income phone the msg delay ... people dont forget is not a laptop u buy but a phone!!!
also no SMB network access... they are the only phone that can do this now.... fail.
I agree.... I dont think they understand their audience here. Their basically setting up an OS structured for marketing and consumer use when their old audience was business users. I havent heard of to many companies remove features and then gain c...