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Monday, February 16, 2009

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Microsoft release Windows Mobile 6.5 – new ideas or redesigned iPhone and Android functionality?

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In the new Windows Mobile 6.5 smart phone OS, menu is completely redesigned and more touch oriented with new "honeycomb" interface, Zune-like menus, and many other buttons and touch sensitive menus that are all shaped for finger use. The new lock screen now shows quick notifications on top, and a new home button is added that can easily transfer you to home screen from everywhere from the OS, as already seen on iPhone (MacOS) and Android mobile OS.

This Windows Mobile release has new Internet Explorer Mobile with better HTML rendering and build support for Flash and Silverlight technology, and the browser controls are touch oriented for easily navigation.

Microsoft also introduce My Phone, new service for syncing contacts, calendars and media, and Windows Mobile Marketplace, service for buying and downloading Microsoft's or third party developed apps for Windows Mobile like App store from Apple.

Besides the already seen ideas on other mobile phones, the new Windows Mobile 6.5 looks great, but it will not be ready for shipping until the second half of 2009.

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Anonymous said...

I hope that applications develop for old version will work!? I will not make redevelopment again as in previous version, I will simply quit my job and start learning some multiplatform language as Java.


Viva la Cuba said...

WM is stupid and will be stupid. So changes in architecture will bi just in "Look and Feel"! No worries about reprogramming.

Viva la Cuba