Windows Phone Series 7, Like it or Not?
With the announcement of Windows Phone 7 Series at MWC, a lot of speculations can be set aside about the new operating system for Mobile Phones.
User Mr. Makk started a poll to find out what XDA-Developer users think of Microsoft’s idea for “The Next Best Thing”.
The poll is still open, but the first results are pretty obvious. The largest part of users Love it!
But a large enough number of users are still showing their love to the freedom and certainty of the “old” Windows Mobile operating system.
Coming from the largest community in it’s kind, these numbers say something.
Although the number of votes is still likely to increase.
At this moment the question arises, will Microsoft turn a blind eye to a considerable amount of users? Or is there still more to come about Windows Phone 7 Series that can sway the users used to the freedom they get with the “old” Windows Mobile? Or is there a possibility that both operating systems will exist next to each other?
Despite some unanswered questions and concerns it can be said that the first approval rate is positive for what’s to come.
Join the discussion and cast your vote.
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