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Windows Phone 7

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What is Windows Phone 7?

What is Windows Phone 7?

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  • 1.
  • 2.
    • Latest version of Windows Phone developed by Microsoft
    • 3. Windows 7 phone is the successor to Microsoft's prior line of Windows Mobile OS
    • 4. Runs on the Windows CE 6 Kernel
    • 5. Windows CE 6 Kernel (Windows Embedded CE) is operating system developed by Microsoft for minimalistic computers and embedded systems. Windows CE is a distinct operating system and kernel, rather than a trimmed-down version of desktop Windows.
    • 6. Prior Versions of Windows Mobile phone developed on Windows CE 5 (originally developed in 2004)
    • Completely Re-mastered from previous version of Windows mobile
    • 7. Brand new interface – Zune HD like
    • 8. Multi-Touch input
    • 9. Social network integration
    • 10. Xbox integration
    • 11. Zune components
    • Minimum specs to run Windows Phone 7 OS
    • 12. “Large WVGA screen with a single aspect ratio (which means BlackBerry-style devices won't be readily available to begin with)
    • 13. Five specific hardware buttons required: Start, back, search (a dedicated Bing button), camera button, and power -- no more, no less
    • 14. Capacitive multi touch
    • 15. CPU and GPU requirements (beginning with Qualcomm's Snapdragon as the go-to processor)
    • 16. WiFi
    • 17. AGPS
    • 18. Accelerometer
    • 19. FM radio
    • 20. High resolution camera”
  • 21.
    • Features: Applications & Hubs (Sections)
    • 22. features of the People Hub
    • 23. Pulls in contacts from Gmail, Exchange, Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live etc.
    • 24. Main View lists most contacted people
    • 25. “Me” section allows you to update and change status updates
    • Features: Applications & Hubs (Sections)
    • 26. features of the Picture Hub
    • 27. Aggregate locally stored photos, Facebook and Windows Live
    • 28. Upload and comment on Facebook photos
    • Features: Applications & Hubs (Sections)
    • 29. features of the Games
    • 30. Xbox Live integration – full gameplay on your phone
    • Features: Applications & Hubs (Sections)
    • 31. features of the Games
    • 32. Mirrors feature of Zune HD – Zune Pass, browse and download music over Wifi or 3g
    • Features: Applications & Hubs (Sections)
    • 33. Additional features: Marketplace, Office,
    • 34. Marketplace for App purchases
    • 35. Standard Office features such as Word with additions of Sharepoint and OneNote
  • Bibliography
    Topolsky, Joshua. "Windows Phone 7 Series: everything you ever wanted to know -- Engadget." Engadget. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 July 2010. <http://www.engadget.com/2010/02/17/windows-phone-7-series-everything-you-ever-wanted-to-know/>.
    "Windows Embedded CE 6.0 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 July 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Embedded_CE_6.0>.

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