Microsoft Launches Windows Phone 7 But Does Anyone Care?

It’s been a long time coming and it’s finally here: Microsoft has released their eagerly awaited Windows Phone 7, a distinct break from everything that came before and a complete overhaul of Microsoft’s aged OS.

Windows Phone 7 uses an entirely new UI based around “hubs,” points of activity on the screen. Some hubs bring up email, others bring up photos and games. You can download TV from UVerse right onto your phone and you have connectivity to your Windows Live and Xbox Live accounts. Generally, the launch is quite exciting. Fans of WinMo will not recognize this new version but I expect they’ll be enthused when they start using it.

It’s been a long time coming and it’s finally here: Microsoft has released their eagerly awaited Windows Phone 7, a distinct break from everything that came before and a complete overhaul of Microsoft’s aged OS.

Windows Phone 7 uses an entirely new UI based around “hubs,” points of activity on the screen. Some hubs bring up email, others bring up photos and games. You can download TV from UVerse right onto your phone and you have connectivity to your Windows Live and Xbox Live accounts. Generally, the launch is quite exciting. Fans of WinMo will not recognize this new version but I expect they’ll be enthused when they start using it.

It’s been a long time coming and it’s finally here: Microsoft has released their eagerly awaited Windows Phone 7, a distinct break from everything that came before and a complete overhaul of Microsoft’s aged OS.

Windows Phone 7 uses an entirely new UI based around “hubs,” points of activity on the screen. Some hubs bring up email, others bring up photos and games. You can download TV from UVerse right onto your phone and you have connectivity to your Windows Live and Xbox Live accounts. Generally, the launch is quite exciting. Fans of WinMo will not recognize this new version but I expect they’ll be enthused when they start using it.

It’s been a long time coming and it’s finally here: Microsoft has released their eagerly awaited Windows Phone 7, a distinct break from everything that came before and a complete overhaul of Microsoft’s aged OS.

Windows Phone 7 uses an entirely new UI based around “hubs,” points of activity on the screen. Some hubs bring up email, others bring up photos and games. You can download TV from UVerse right onto your phone and you have connectivity to your Windows Live and Xbox Live accounts. Generally, the launch is quite exciting. Fans of WinMo will not recognize this new version but I expect they’ll be enthused when they start using it.

 

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