Posts Tagged: "wp7"

Nokia Lumia 900

Nokia Lumia 900 Review

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Windows Phone hasn’t had a great year. Since its release back in late 2010, Microsoft has seen little success, only able to control about 2% of the US smartphone market, compared to 30% and 51% that iOS and Android have, respectively. The pairing of Nokia and Microsoft is still too...

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Nokia Lumia 900 Hands-On (CES)

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It’s easily the most interesting Windows Phone 7 device in the world, the Dos Equis of WP7 devices. Nokia, a company whose name is rarely seen these days, and for the past few years has been mostly absent in the US (though their presence in the states has always been...

HTC T-Mobile HD7

HTC HD7 Review

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[Rating: 2.5] HTC’s HD7 is the second Windows Phone 7 device I’ve had the pleasure of testing, and it’s vastly different in form and function from the Samsung Focus, my previously tested WP7 handset. The HD7 is bigger, bolder, and on T-Mobile instead of Ma Bell. It’s HTC’s current flagship...

Samsung Focus

Samsung Focus Review

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[Rating: 5/5] The Samsung Focus. It’s a phone’s phone. That’s partly thanks to Windows Phone 7. The Microsoft operating system makes it a proper calling device first, apps secondary, and that’s refreshing compared to app-filled screens from competing phone makers. Instead, we just buy and play apps, send emails and...

HD7 Sideview

First Look: HTC HD7 (video) (update)

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[GR]YhYHwWMWQEQ[/GR] Update: Checkout our HTC HD7 review. HTC’s HD7 is one of their first two Windows Phone 7 devices, and the first WP7 device for T-Mobile. As you have seen in the video above, the HD7 is a big phone with it’s 4.3″ screen, and as far as I’ve seen,...

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5 Reasons Why Windows Phone 7 Won’t Be Dead On Arrival

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Microsoft has taken its sweet time to release a suitable phone operating system, leading many pundits have stated clearly that the software giant is too late to succeed. But it isn’t. While down, Microsoft isn’t out, and here are five reasons why the software giant may yet succeed in the...