Microsoft has begun to roll-out the latest version of its Windows Phone operating system. Originally codenamed "Mango", version 7.5 includes enhanced social network contact and calendar integration, as well as improved multitasking.
The new software is available free to customers who have already bought Windows Phone 7 handsets, such as the HTC Trophy. New hardware is eagerly awaited, however, and Nokia is set to launch its first Windows devices at the end of October.
we know that not only that Windows Phone users are now able to download the new Mango OS flavor on their devices, but also the fact that there are three new handsets headed for the market with the platform on board.
These devices come from HTC, Samsung and ZTE, and are the Radar 4G for T-Mobile, and the Samsung Omnia W and ZTE Tania for the international market. While all three of them are appealing devices, what should be mentioned on them is the fact that they are set to land on shelves as rather affordable handsets.Note: sometimes we need some video converter software to convert different formats videos or movies for better enjoy on our phones
The HTC Radar 4G is T-Mobile's own flavor of HTC Radar, which was unveiled at the IFA 2011 show in Berlin. Packing a 3.8-inch LCD display and a 1Ghz Snapdragon application processor inside, the new smartphone comes with support for T-Mobile"s 4G network, for fast data transfer speeds. The specifications list of this device also includes a 5-megapixel photo snapper with LED flash and video recording, along with a unibody aluminum chassis, and WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS receiver.
The Samsung Omnia W was just introduced for the European market, after going official in the US only recently as the Samsung Focus Flash for AT&T. It comes with a 3.7-inch SuperAMOLED touchscreen display, HSPA+ connectivity, a 5-megapixel photo snapper on the back (photo collage maker ), and a fast 1.4GHz application processor inside.
There is also the ZTE Tania, which emerged on the Interned only a few days ago, and which is expected to arrive on the UK market in the near future as the ZTE Spirit. It should hit other European countries too before the end of the year. It features a 4.3-inch display, along with a 1Ghz processor and 5-megapixel camera, 4GB of internal memory, WiFi and Bluetooth, and the usual set of sensors.