lets all take a step back, go to the rankings page and count how many phones that run winmo are in the top 15..... then decide if you want to rip winmo
so again... ppl saying that iPhone is just copying stuff, look who's actually copying. both RIM and WinMo.
actually, the copying all started when iPhone was released.
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2010First RIM, now Microsoft copying the more advanced smartphone features the iPhone has had for ... moreNo since Apple has already done that I guess No one else can at the fault of being unoriginal. I guess Iphone shouldn't have had cameras in their phone since they were not the first to do so either.
Still not sure if I want iphone, android or WP7. Don't want to be associated with idiots though i'm sure they are the minority.
I like the choices though. Competition is good for iphone, android etc users too.
only one prob Mr MS unless you build a pc into a mobile phone how do you plan to do this lol. everyone know your OS sucks big time. btw what about apps no one is developing for you unless you do it lol.
First RIM, now Microsoft copying the more advanced smartphone features the iPhone has had for over a year using MobileMe.
Will it also copy the make a sound when on silent, too?
I would be interested to know the justification for the statement that "the WinMo 6.5 market share [is] bordering on insignificance". HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and LG all offer at least one WinMo 6.5 device. HTC recently announced record profit growth. If HTC has revealed the detailed breakdown of which of its products contribute what to its profits then the statement is fine but if not then you cannot say with any confidence that the marked share is insignificant.
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2010Motoblur already has that functionality (finding your lost phone and wiping it remotely)...It ... moreWell, was not motoblur or motorola,it's was android. That's the OS on the cliq,but I guess you are rite,that's nothing new winmo. Oh ! By the way android is the best.
sync with windows PC only?
Microsoft had blocked itself from the linux and mac users.
I wouldn't get a windows phone anyways.
I'm allergic to M$ and their monopolistic attitude.
Nicholas, 13 Jul 2010Is it just me or those who write "I can't wait..." sound like they are preplanned?Preplanned? Yes, I get a HUGE, HUGE check from MS to plug their phone on some random blog.
winmo 7 will be an excellent OS but it should beat its main rival Android because android 3 will be available few month after winmo 7
Motoblur already has that functionality (finding your lost phone and wiping it remotely)...It was implemented on the Motorola Cliq...
And on some other resource they promise the end of the world in 2012...
Lets wait for an actual device before we make any conclusions about it :)
Is it just me or those who write "I can't wait..." sound like they are preplanned?
I can't wait for this! I'm looking forward to all WP7 phones having similar specs so all apps work on all WP7 phones unlike Android.
I can't wait to get this. Syncing Office and Sharepoint messages. This is good for the business user.
This looks pretty impressive. If it works as well as its projected, then it'll be tough to beat. Considering so many major companies use Microsoft office, to have a phone that'll allow a seamless transition from one work platform to another is pretty amazing. My life runs on MS Office, and yeah the little apps, I've got on my BlackBerry make due, it'll be interesting to see what this OS's capabilities are, along with the alarmingly powerful devices that'll probably be developed to really show what it's able to do. I really can't wait