dee, 23 Jul 2011the addition is all due to Nokia as it is very strong in most of these markets......brace urse... moreI have yet to understand why I would choose a WP7 phone over fully-customizable Androids?
AnonD-2046, 23 Jul 2011This DOS-like will never take over the market with its fugly interface, WM6 was a lot better i... moreThat you need to use a stylus in order to operate the phone makes WM6 (and earlier versions) a design failure from the get go in the modern world of smartphones. A few of our friends had been using Windows Mobile for years and were just blown away by the fluidity of the Metro interface.
Alot of people I think are underestimating how great of an OS WP7 truly is. It's actually very good! The touchscreen is extremely smooth and responsive and the browser is also nice as well! Just because it doesn't look like android doesn't mean that its ugly. It's just different. Open up your mind people!
red, 23 Jul 2011where the hell is the philippines? It's a very poor country, Marketplace will come but it has a low priority.
Fantastic - now just let me use my MS points to buy apps instead of forcing me to use a credit card that isn't even mine. Christ. I just can't take them seriously anymore.
If Nokia can make a WP device without the Windows logo on it then I'm sold.
the addition is all due to Nokia as it is very strong in most of these markets......brace urself guys Nokia WP is on the way
Undecided yet. MS thinks South Africa has more exposure than countries like Ghana and Nigeria when it comes to smartphones and computing. Samsung and Blackberry can tell you more about West Africa.
They must bring the Marketplace in the Philippines because we have an HTC Mozart!!!
This DOS-like will never take over the market with its fugly interface, WM6 was a lot better in UI department.