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One Of The Coolest Gadgets To Look For The Windows 7.5 Phone

Updated on March 13, 2012

One of the coolest gadgets to hit the market will the be new and updated version of the Windows phone. The new phone will be called Mango or Windows Phone 7.5 and it is expected to be out in the Fall of 2011. The phone will be a multi tasker's dream come true, it offers the user the ability to operate different apps at the same time and allows for easier transition and navigation along the apps.

HTC 7 Trophy T8686 Windows Phone 7 smartphone
HTC 7 Trophy T8686 Windows Phone 7 smartphone

This is one of the coolest new gadgets. It will allow users to search for their favorite restaurants and shops within their surrounding area. Not only that, but it will be able to pick up the sound of a song and it will be able to identify it. It seems that the new Mango will be keeping up with Google's Search lead and it will performed Web searches that are voice-based. This will be one of the best gadgets because it will be virtually hands free.

The new system will allow users to shrink application windows into the size of regular thumbnails. This will allow users to pick the app they want to use. The best part is that the system will save where the users are in an application so they can return to that application and pick up where they have left off. This makes the Windows Phone 7.5 a giant among the latest gadgets.

The new Windows Phone 7.5 Mango phones have just been announced, but expect them to be here before end of the year. Also expect other manufacturers to launch their Mango software updates for the existing smartphones, so soon everyone will be on Mango.

As you see from the model numbering, 7.5, Mango is a minor update, but not an unimportant one, as there are quite a few things new, meant to make Windows Phone 7 more appealing to consumers, as coolest gadgets. And we all know Microsoft has the power to impose their products to market.


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