Microsoft is expected to wow consumers with its Windows Phone 7 in September
Though Microsoft hasn’t confirmed the initial reports regarding the launch of its new Operating System in September, yet the excitement emitting from Steve Ballmer’s face at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference was telling very story. Several other products and services from Microsoft are expected this year, but none can be reckoned bigger than the Windows Phone 7.
Incessant rapid growth of the smart phone industry indicates that more and more users are considering accessing the internet with their smart phones instead of their desktop computers. The trend is becoming even trendier with every passing year and if Microsoft doesn’t come up with a really impressive iOS, it will become quite difficult for it to compete with the Apple iOS or the Google Android. AT least, they can’t do that with their Windows Mobile.
However, now they have realized this fact and coming up with an utterly different operating system. It’s being said that the Windows Phone 7 has the ability to give a tough time to the Apple iOS.
With the Windows Phone 7, Microsoft will play by making the most of its strengths. Unlike Android, an open source platform, the Windows Phone 7 has been developed in almost the same style as the iPhone OS. However, as Microsoft has the control of each and every thing related to this new operating system, they can add loads of impressive features in it.
Bing search engine, handling of media content with Zune, gaming social network with Xbox Live Games service, Silverlight compatibility and the new MSN player are some features that can make the Windows Phone 7 a real breeze.
It was due in the holiday season of 2010, but couldn’t be unveiled for some reasons, but now the Microsoft developers are working very hard for its expected September to October launch.