Windows Phone 7- Bringing back life
Earlier encoded as Windows Phone 7 Series, Microsoft had to forgo the Series part as it made the whole name a prickly large one to spell. Hence, it was then called as Windows Phone 7. This Operating System (OS) has created a lot of buzz in the tech world.
In the month of February there came a huge opportunity for the companies, Microsoft and Nokia as both the companies had entangled the partnership knot on 11 February 2011. From hence forth, Windows Phone 7 would become the primary Smartphone OS for Nokia devices.
Windows Phone 7 provides a perfect platform for the touch screen phones. It is the boss to all featuring live tiles that come to life with updates from the internet. With a tap and drag, these can be easily moved around in any order. Further the people Hub is another intriguing feature which keeps one updated and connected to the rest of the world. Only Windows Phone has a People Hub with one-touch access to social networking sites including, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Windows Phone 7 has a lot many elements that will definitely keep the user engaged and will contribute to a wonderful experience. Some of the snappy features include, Email featuring Outlook, Threads for switching between IM and texting, Pictures Hub and camera, one button Bing, game Hub with Xbox LIVE, marketplace hub, Groups for contacts, etc. each one of these prove to be the one and only when made use of.
Microsoft has now come up with Windows Phone 7.5 which is surely a better version of 7. If someone is new to Microsoft and using 7.5 primarily won’t be able to note a difference between the two. But if you will use it and compare it, you will definitely come up with a conclusion that the 7.5 Mango is a more systemic and organized OS for Smartphones than the other OS.
Microsoft’s association with Nokia has given rise to the Nokia Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 which were released in October and are faring well in the user market. If you are planning to go in for the Nokia phone decked up with Microsoft Operating System, you should check out the already surfaced reviews of the phone as well as the operating system. Nokia Mobile Reviews will further throw some light on the sustainability of Nokia phones and its shift in the OS.
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