Video: Windows Phone 7 Preview

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windows-phone-7-previewBelieve it or not, there are some techie geeks out there that are waiting to get their hands on a new smart phone sporting the Windows Phone 7 operating system. It has been about 2 years since the development of the Windows Phone 7 first started and now we can actually see the final product come to life.

Remember those old Windows mobile phones. Some of them were nicely packaged with a big ol brick-of-a-smart-phone about 3 or 4 years ago. That was the most innovative smart phone aside from the blackberry on the market. I know I went crazy over them. Now days the game has changes and mostly in part due to the infamous Apple iPhone and even the new Droid phones. Microsoft had to get something really kick-ass to fill the gaps and be a competitor and I think they have found that in the new Windows Phone 7.

Some experts think that the good old brand loyalty will have a big part in Windows Phone 7 and possibly carry over from Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system for the PC. On the other hand, many think just the opposite and say Windows Phone 7 is a day late and literally a dollar short of the competition. I think they are right about them arriving at the game late but they still came to play ball.

Microsoft has been dying to slip into the pockets of the mainstream modern age. Offering Windows Phone 7 for some of the top-notch smart phone hardware devices on the market is not a bad idea. Windows Phone 7 could be promising in offering another alternative to iPhone’s iOS, Android and even Blackberry. Engadget posted a great preview of Windows Phone 7 demonstrated in the video below. Like any other smart phone, you will have to get your own palms on it to draw your own real conclusion about the device. It makes me think of the Zune with a hint of Windows 7 in your pocket. That can�t be all that bad can it?

Check it out!

Will you give Windows Phone 7 a chance or keep your eyes set on your iPhone, Android or Blackberry?

Source: Engadget

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