At a recent Microsoft event the Inq was given an exclusive walkthrough of the final version of the new Windows Phone operating system, running on a touch screen HTC Touch Diamond2. In addition, Microsoft has published a case study detailing how to port an iPhone application to its Windows Mobile platform as it prepares to launch an online store for mobile applications to compete with Apple.
Microsoft Demos Windows Phone
2009-08-03 Windows 4 Comments
So because the Zune was such an astounding hit, the interface must be then copied to the Mobile OS?
It all kind of looks like a jumbled mess to me.
Doesn’t look terribly impressive, jerky scrolling and ugly – what’s up with the mega-large text in the menus?
So we can now have BSOD while making phone calls.
… but isn’t it a cheap rip off of “something” we all know from “somewhere”?
I still love my BBerry and I resepect the iPhone, I would love to see something else, not a clone, some chinese peolple did better i think …