Mobile recycling customers advised to invest in Windows Phone 7 models
21 October 2010 — 5:03 PM
Mobile telecommunications customers, including those who have recently recycled a mobile, have been told of the advantages of owning a handset that runs on the new Windows Phone 7 operating system.
Consumer website uSwitch.com has labelled the platform an "impressive and robust" piece of technology.
Ernest Doku, communications expert at the online portal, said the design is significantly ahead of previous Microsoft efforts when it comes to operating systems.
He noted: "[Windows Phone 7] is vastly more intuitive, gorgeous in its simplicity and aimed squarely at the consumer. It also offers strong integration of media and gaming through Zune and Xbox Live."
So far, five handsets have been released using the system, including models by brands such as HTC and Samsung.
Indeed, the HTC HD7 was said by Flora Graham, expert reviewer at CNET UK, to be the best "launch pad" Microsoft could have had for its brand new release.
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