Windows Phone 7 is the successor to Microsoft's Windows Mobile
operating system, which was designed specifically for mobile devices like smartphones; It became a dominant force in Smartphone and handheld market. This new windows 7 is surely going to take a leap in that direction. Windows Phone 7 employs "hubs" to organize several of its features. Instead of icon screens or just the applications themselves, Microsoft offers a weird kind of middle ground sections of the phone where further action can be taken. There are hubs for each specific reason. Some hub makes use of email while others use photos and games. The Hubs are fully configurable and allow you to customise your phone to suit your individual needs.
emails: Integration with Exchange, Outlook, Gmail and Windows Live is seamless Relies on the pivot to switch between message views, and has a color-coded system for differentiating between work and personal messages.
Games hub: Windows Phone 7 also offers xBox integration, enabling you to game on the go with your favourite games. Marketplace: for purchasing and downloading content.
Bing Maps: The Bing Maps interface is very similar to Google maps, and if you are familiar with using them then you should have no trouble getting the hang of Bing.
Windows Phone 7 employs "hubs" to organize several of its features, including mobile games, pictures,People hub, music and videos,Office hub,Calendar, Calendar,SMS,Bing search.
According to Steve Ballmer, the Window phone 7 will be offered by 60 mobile operators in over 30 countries located in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Microsoft is planning to release over 10 brands with Window phone 7 in collaboration with the top mobile operators. Among these, HTC Surround, Samsung Focus,LG Quantum, HTC HD7, Dell Venue Pro, HTC 7 Surround, LG Optimus 7, Samsung OMNIA 7, HTC 7 Trophy, LG Optimus 7Q will produced by AT&T, T-Mobile, TELUS, America Movil, O2, Orange, SFR, Movistar, Deutsche Telekom AG, Vodafone, SingTel and Telstra.
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