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Windows 7 Mobile - The Future

Updated on March 19, 2010

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Windows 7 Mobile Series

Windows 7 Mobile

The future of smartphones

Microsoft as we know it, plans on releasing yet another (Operating System), its not Windows 7. So what is it? It is Windows 7 Mobile and it plans on sweeping away its future rivals with its sleek elegant design.

Beside the completely hardware change a sleek design and look the UI (User Interface) is completely new and has a refreshing look. Even the home screen is sleek with a cleaned up UI. Microsoft really steped their game up when creating the masterpiece known as Windows Mobile 7.

All Cleaned Up

The hardware of the phone is insanely sleek and focuses on nothing but pure simplicity. It is said to only have 5 buttons.

  • The all famous Power button
  • Start
  • Back
  • Search, which is linked to Search provider Bing!
  • Camera Button

Because it is Windows 7 Mobile Series we can expect more designs in the hardware field such as maybe physical keyboard on some other series of the phone with and without touch and semi-touch screen.

Windows 7 Mobile Home Screen
Windows 7 Mobile Home Screen


So far we know it has the usual specs any phone in today's age would have.

  • Wifi
  • Accelerometer
  • FM Radio
  • High Res Camera
  • AGPS
  • CPU and GPU Units
  • (For this particlular model) Large, and we mean LARGE screen, 3.7 inch to be exact. To help put that into relation the iPhone 3Gs has a diagonal dimension of 3.5 inches.


The phone makes use of a "hub" system which simply simplifies the user interface making it more user friendly and easier to navigate around. There are around 5 hubs throughout the devices. Think of the hubs as a middle man to get to the applications on the phone.

People Hub: This has to be one of my favorite hubs on the phone as it does amazing things with its seriously amazing features. If your a social junkie like me and have Facebook, Twitter & Windows Live and you like to stay up to date with what yours friends are doing then hear is the place to be. It can automatically sync all your contacts for you from your Gmail, Windows Live, Facebook even your mail exchange server. You are able to change your statuses from here too. It also allows you to view your friends and families status updates from various social sites and pictures all in a simple easy view.

Music & Video Hub: Here you can browse and download new music and maybe perhaps videos easily.

Pictures Hub:This shows the pictures you may already have on the device but it also feeds various other photo galleries such as Facebook and more. Similar to the people People Hub and updating your status, from this hub you are able to comment on friends pictures and upload your own.

There are others hubs too, Games hub, Marketplace hub and the Office hub which includes E-Mail, Calender, SMS, Phone, Internet Explorer, Bing Search and Map.

Musci & Video Hub
Musci & Video Hub


Its quite clear that Windows Mobile 7 will stir things up with smart phones and phones alike. It could just bring a new wave of excellent ideas to the market which we haven't seen yet, just as the Apple iPhone in my opinion started the HUGE touch screen fad.

Needles to say its an excellent phone that Microsoft and its various partners have put plenty of sweat and tears into. The public will find this a very intriguing phone and in my opinion again it has a huge and great future. The phone itself will close to its release bring massive hype among people. It is rumored to be available in September, only a rumor. If so I might just get one myself and write a post release review on it. But until then all we can do is wait...


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    • imaginonic profile image


      8 years ago from Imagine-Nation

      I would rather buy an android phone rather than a Windows 7 mobile..atleast I'd be contributing to Open Source

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      Sandy Mertens 

      8 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      I would consider it if the price where right. Does look like fun.

    • L3B0 profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Haha, I'm in love with it too :)

    • BeBrown profile image


      8 years ago

      Some guys from work went to a Micosoft Conference this week and came back in love with Windows 7 mobile - exciting times ahead.

    • Eddy2106 profile image


      8 years ago from Chicago Suburb, IL

      I would buy it if you gave me the money, but still looks like a great phone to have, nice hub.


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