Cell phones are something that we take for granted and they have now become something that we can hardly live without. As a result, as with many forms of popular technology there is always something new and the Microsoft phone 7 is no different. While new types of phones and new types of software are always important to the consumer we need to be sure that each new piece of technology and new software actually offers something to the table.
To start with, before we even go into the technical side per say we need to check out the layout of the phone itself. We need to determine if the interface being used is user friendly and at the same time helping solve problems that previous users have had. The first thing that you will begin to notice about Microsoft’s new phone is that they have decided to change the layout of the phone so that it is different than every other phone on the market and go for a more colorful display that also provides a clear and detailed experience for every user. For people who have trouble seeing the text on screen like me, having a clearer and more bold and bright display can help reduce eye strain and allow for easier use. This interface is also fully customizable so that you can arrange the icons to your liking and use the interface layout that best suits you, the user. After all you want to make your phone yours just like anything else in life and making it you increases your fun while using it and your ease of use as well.
While the interface sure shows promise and while it does provide the user with some great things at their disposal, it is also important to note that like other very popular phones such as the palm OS and Android as well as the iPhone the Microsoft Phone 7 allows for real time data streaming and transfer as well as live integrated and interactive title interfaces at the start screen. You can, just like the interface, completely customize the start screen and input all the information that you desire to be displayed on your phone at any point in time. This again allows for the most important thing to occur, the user being able to customize their own product.
As if this phone couldn’t offer any more to the consumer in terms of flexibility and customization, it continues to impress by allowing the user to create hubs within the phones interface to create sub categories that can then be accessed as well as the storing of individual apps that the user may be interested in downloading and using in their new phone. This will allow customers to enjoy the same reliability and confidence they had with Facebook and other social networking apps that were available for the Android phones and the iPhone, but the important thing to note here is that the phone provides live streaming which allows the user to get instant updates on all social networks and applications that are supported. There could be something wrong with the phone, but I can’t find it as it appears to meet not only the expectations of the average user, but allows them to make it theirs. That’s something that not many companies can promise and while the phone may or may not have a problem with battery life, its upside is far greater and there is little or nothing I can find wrong with it.
Its important to note here that companies will customize the phone according to their own desires as far as power goes, but the below is what all Windows Phone 7’s will have.
-3.5mm audio Jack
-3.5in 480X800 Touchscreen display
-5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED Flash
-720p HD Video Recording
-GPU with DirectX 9 acceleration
-256 MB of memory with up to 8 GB of flash memory or possibly more
-A keyboard option