Anonymous, 22 Jan 2009This isn't related to hardware. (Well yeah, partially)
The reason no Windows mobile phone use... morein that point maybe... but capacitve technology cannot use stylus and as we speak of WM it is more on business side(thank god for 3rd party it can be a great multimedia). that is why in cold countries capacitive is not that popular because you cannot use on gloves.
anyway, stil an improvment of 6.1.
If this is n0t the final l0ok of winm0 6.5 but still g0t d idea 0n h0w 6.5 g0nna be. . . .0h g0sh, thats crap!
thats great, Microsoft quoted "Greatest WinMo" Release showcased on a 4 year old Phone, yea Mircosoft your gonna be number 1
arvin, 22 Jan 2009we're talking OS here. not hardware and entirely phone features.This isn't related to hardware. (Well yeah, partially)
The reason no Windows mobile phone uses capacitive screens is because Windows mobile doesn't support them.
So this is definitely software related.
In case the folks at GSMArena and our Oh-so-wonderful commenters haven't read about it by now, that's not the final version of WM6.5. It's running WM6.1 which is modified with some of the functionality of 6.5.
This, in no way represents the final product.
a good suggestion to all -convert to android...winMO will be dead if this is what the os looks like.......
If this is what windows are coming up with-its Dissapointing...every thing what is shown can be found on any htc device with touch flo only the unlocking system is new and any ways htc home is much better than what is shown.......
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2009I'm personally hoping for it supporting Capacitive screens. (Like on the iPhone and G1)we're talking OS here. not hardware and entirely phone features.
I'm personally hoping for it supporting Capacitive screens.
(Like on the iPhone and G1)
its still a beta but for me its nice. waiting to hear the final OS.