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Clear-Cloud Training VP Trent Daley
12.24.10 Post by Manny Torres from Newport
Cloud Solutions and Providers, Newport Beach Calif.
Today, a smartphone
OS needs to be well balanced - bringing excellent cloud services and have new powerfull s/w.
The Windows Phone 7 OS is totally different from Windows Mobile. It's got a super cool, almost magazine-like new look,
and it is incredibly simple to use despite its different approach to just about everything.
Windows Phone 7 has a brand new interface
Microsoft received a lot of negative press when it revealed
that Windows Phone 7 will not support multitasking. But the company is trying to break thetrend
here. Instead of making a platfrom for apps, it made WP7 the “killer app”.
Anything extra that you install just integrates in and
extends the relevant features.
thing is Windows Phone 7 is breaking away from its “Windows Mobile” tired and crappy heritage and changes everything
about its OS for mobile – from the homescreen to the very nature of apps.
Premium mobile OS (high minimum
Clean, uncluttered interface with distinctive design language
Easy and thumbable user interface
Smooth operation with animations
and transition effects
A fresh start with no legacy support needed
Backed up and developed by one of the largest software Corps in the world
MS Office mobile implementation
Top-notch social integration
Excellent cloud services integration (SkyDrive, Windows
Live, Xbox Live)
Wireless syncing of multimedia content
Internal memory expandable via microSD
card slot (where available)
No system-wide file manager
third-party apps availability
No Bluetooth file xfers
mass storage mode
Too dependent on Zune s/w for computer file management and syncing
No music player equalisers
No Flash or Silverlight
support in the web browser
No sign of free Bing maps Navigation so far
No DivX/XviD video
internet tethering support
New ringtones available only through the Marketplace
Swapping memory card requires hard
reset; cards not readable by computer
Microsoft is not fossilized in
their own mythology. They are finally looking competitive in the apps and services part of smartphoning
and Windows Phone 7 is their ticket out of the mold.
evolved and is perhaps drawing people away from Google Search. Bing Maps even beats Google Maps on some counts (Bird’s
eye view is so much better than the plain top down view). The Windows Live Messenger got social with Facebook
Because Microsoft has made their
new Windows Phone 7 the perfect mobile platform for accessing all of their online services....it'll beat Apple for sure....
Bing Search and Maps are a part of the OS, rather than
apps, so are Xbox Live and the Zune Marketplace. And the new Internet
Explorer mobile is starting to make up for years of embarrassment.
The Zune Marketplace • Games with
Xbox Live integration
If you’ve got a traditional app-centric approach, you need to figure out what
app does what. The downfall is that related content gets handled by vastly different apps, which complicates things. Enter
Microsoft’s solution to the issue.
of the new mobile experience are the so-called Hubs – they herd together related stuff from the Web, from apps and from
In Windows Phone 7, the
People hub puts together the usual phone contact info with the social networking stuff.
In short, everything about someone you know can be found here. Sure, Sense UI and MOTOBLUR for example are doing the same magix
on Android OS. But Windows Phone 7 applies this whole concept to all the other features, not just the phonebook. And it’s
the stock interface, not some third-party software enhancement.
The well-though OS however is not without its downsides. You can see we've got a really long list of disadvantages
up there, but Apple iOS and Google Android had even longer ones at launch - not to mention the
superior hardware that WP7 debuts on.
good to know that Microsoft engineers are already working hard on fixing those up in further updates to the OS.
For instance, they promise copy/paste functionality
in the first months of 2011. We hope they've got many more of those in the pipeline.
So hold your horses with the bashing and hop on on the guided tour to Microsoft's
latest mobile OS, because it's nothing like you've seen before and it deserves the benefit of a doubt at this early stage.