The long awaited Windows Phone 7 smartphone has rocked onto the scene. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer reported that these great innovative smartphones will be “a different kind of phone.” In New York City, Microsoft introduced nine unique phones specializing in the new system, and promise an incredible and interactive cellular phone to project Microsoft to progress far ahead of the competitors in the mobile phone industry.
AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile have partnered with Microsoft Corporation with these new Windows Phone 7 Smartphones, and it appears that with great expectations an emergence of popularity will explode onto the mobile phone scene. Dell, HTC, LG and Samsung will be incorporating this new operating system into their mobile phones.
Ballmer expounded with determination that Microsoft designed and engineered phones which are “thoroughly modern, in the hardware, modern in its design principles” and to augment “what people do today with Internet services and the like.”
AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega also visited the launch in New York and stated that the Windows Phone 7 Smartphone is actually a “breakthrough smartphone experience.” AT&T is intending on releasing a number of Windows devices in the near future. AT&T’s first Windows Phone 7 Smartphone device is the Samsung Focus, in which it is going to release at the beginning of November this year. The Focus includes a 4- inch WVGA Super AMOLED screen, an impressive 5-megapixel camera as well as 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor system. vivo v17 pro
T-Mobile happens to be planning advancements with its special Windows Phone 7 Smartphone. Americas No. four company is introducing a couple of the Windows units. One is the HTC HD7, boasting 4.3-inch capacitive screen with built-in kickstand and includes a Snapdragon processor. T-Mobile said that their Windows Smartphones will be pre-loaded with several entertainment applications, which will include Netflix and T-Mobile TV. These characteristics bring the end user a chance to access live and on-demand TV, and also gratis programming from ABC News NOW, FOX Sports, PBS Kids, Azteca America and many other applications and content material.