Does Windows Phone 7 and its much lauded games platform live up to the hype?
The latest operating system vying for smartphone supremacy has arrived. Windows Phone 7, built from the ground up to make us forgot the past atrocities of Windows Mobile, has come out on a variety of devices. But can it compete in the world of iOS and Android? We give you a quick rundown, as well as check out one of the platform's launch games, Max and the Magic Marker.
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Built on Windows Phone 7 -- a simplified, more intuitive OS from Microsoft that brings to the surface the features you really need, so you do less digging in your phone and more time being in the moment. 4.3 inch WVGA capacitive touch screen, with kickstand, Xbox live and Zune integration. Pre-loaded content: EA Games, TMO TV, NetFlix (TBC), Slacker, TeleNav, Family Panorama. Snap Dragon processor optimized for Hi-Fi quality sound, and surround sound effect with headphones. 5MP camera with auto focus and LED flash.
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