Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Windows Phone 7
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HTC Surround and Windows Phone 7 OS Review
20 July 2011
Excerpt: I know this review is a tad late but considering that HTC Surround 7 is not yet available in the Philippines, I think it should be excused. This review will provide an overview on one of the first ten Windows Phone 7 devices released last year.
Excerpt: There’s a lot of hype about the new Windows Phone 7 operating system and that’s how Microsoft wants it. They’ve done something really special with this revision by completely starting over. This is something totally new and design-wise, something completely different.
Pros: + Very well designed and completely fresh user interface
Summary: The system makes the impression of somewhat incomplete, if being not in the initial stage of development it is clearly not in the alpha version, not to mention the beta one. Till the end of 2010 the developers have still enough time to make a lot of improvements in the OS.
Excerpt: Since the arrival of Windows Phone 7, one of my more major gripes with it (and I have a lot of gripes , believe you me) has been the lack of an instant messaging client besides the third party serving of Windows Live Messenger.
Summary: NoDo is a welcome, if tardy update providing a much needed copy and paste function and other speed and productivity improvements. However, for the time it took, we expected not only more features and updates, but slicker implementations of what we were given.
Windows Phone 7 review: Microsoft's new mobile phone operating system -- Windows Phone 7 -- is slick, easy to use and well designed.
Good Gear Guide.au
23 January 2011
Summary: Windows Phone 7 is far from perfect and is missing some important functionality, but overall this is a refreshing change for Microsoft. Effectively starting with a fresh canvas, Windows Phone 7 is slick, easy to use and well designed.
Pros: Refreshing UI, excellent performance, excellent Office integration, heavy social network integration, great on-screen keyboard
Cons: No copy and paste, no multitasking, limited controls in landscape browser view, no native Twitter support, no Flash support in IE, no DivX/Xvid support, no tethering
Excerpt: Windows Mobile 6.5. Oh, how we laughed. Remember the stylus? Remember the apps that looked nothing like the OS ? Heck, it didn’t matter too much and Windows Mobile was still king of the ring. Business users loved it, power users loved it.
Excerpt: Facebook already has a great deal of integration into several aspects of the Windows Phone 7 platform , but where there is an internet connection and a compatible app, there is a Facebook app.
Excerpt: One of the key aspects to any modern smartphone OS is how it handles social networking and considering Twitter integration in the Windows Phone 7 OS is simply non-existant as yet, it could be considered vital to the initial success of the platform that the Twitter application is up to scratch.