Windows Phone 7 Smartphone

The long wait for Windows Phone 7 smartphone has rocked the platform. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced that these great smartphone innovations become "different phones." In New York City, Microsoft introduced nine unique phones that specialize in the new system and promise incredible and interactive mobile phones to introduce Microsoft ahead of the far-reaching competitors of the mobile phone company.

AT & T Mobility and T-Mobile collaborate with Microsoft Corporation with these new Windows Phone 7 Smartphones, and it seems that with high expectations, the emergence of popularity will explode on the mobile phone. Dell, HTC, LG and Samsung will incorporate this new operating system into their mobile phones.

Ballmer declared that Microsoft had designed and designed phones that are "very modern, hardware, modern in design goals," and advertised "what people do today with internet services and the like."

Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT & T, also visited the New York conference and said that Windows Phone 7 Smartphone is actually a "smartphone revolutionator". AT & T plans to release a large number of Windows devices in the near future. AT & T first Windows Phone 7 Smartphone device is Samsung Focus, where it is going to be released in early November this year. The Focus includes a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display, an impressive 5 megapixel camera and 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

T-Mobile happens to plan progress with a special Windows Phone 7 Smartphone. Americas No four companies are introducing some of the Windows units. One is the HTC HD7, with a 4.3-inch power-enabled display with built-in kickstand and includes Snapdragon processor. T-Mobile said that their Windows Smartphones will be pre-loaded with some entertainment devices, including Netflix and T-Mobile TV. These features provide end users with the opportunity to access live and infinite TV and also free programming from ABC News NOW, FOX Sports, PBS Kids, Azteca America and many other applications and content.

Source by Peter Gehr

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