Windows Mobile 6.5 (or 6.5.3) Build 28002 is out already and it finally brings a new native on-screen keyboard which is optimized for more finger friendly touch operations. Windows Mobile OEMs like HTC, Samsung and Sony Ericsson have already been shipping their newer handsets with skinned version of the original stylus-friendly keyboard for finger friendly navigation. But now from Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Build 28002 and onwards, Microsoft has finally updated the age old on-screen virtual keyboard that has been a feature of Windows phones since Pocket PC’s era.
The first COM5 Build (23502) of Windows Mobile 6.5 has been leaked by Tom_Codon of HTCPedia.com. This latest COM5 build brings in some interesting new changes from the last COM4 (Build 23060) and COM3 (Build 23420) builds of Windows Mobile 6.5 that we covered. Here is what’s new in this COM5 Build 23502 in comparison with COM4 Build 23060 of Windows Mobile 6.5.
Two fresh new builds from 230XX and 234XX branch of Windows Mobile 6.5 are out, courtesy Da_G of XDA-Developers.com. These new leaked builds (Build 23060 and Build 23420) were compiled on 28th September 2009 and brings some minor improvements which are listed as follows.
Windows Mobile 6.5 Build 23053 is out in the wild. Leaked by Tom_Codon of HTCPedia.com, this Build looks almost identical to last leaked Build 23052 but it comes with more stability and speed enhancements. Changes in Windows Mobile 6.5 Build 23053 since Build 23047 are as follows.
Windows Mobile team at Microsoft is clearly at work these as we get to see new improvements every week. A new Build 23045 of Windows Mobile 6.5 is out in the wild, courtesy tom_codon of HTCPedia.com. This new leaked build was compiled on 3rd September 2009 and brings in more polish and refinements which is illustrated with screenshots below.
If you have any one of the popular Windows Phone and want to try out something new, then check out the new ready to install cooked ROMs of Windows Mobile 6.5 Build 23409, which are now available for a variety of popular Windows Mobile based handsets listed below.
A new Build 23041 of Windows Mobile 6.5 is out, courtesy PhamQuang of HTCPedia.com. This new leaked build was compiled on 30th August 2009 and brings some minor changes. Those of you who are feeling adventurous can go ahead and try out this latest Build on your Windows Phone capable of running Windows Mobile 6.5.
Just found this out that cooked ROMs of Windows Mobile 6.5 Build 23037 are now available for a variety of popular Windows Phones courtesy of l3v5y from XDA-Developers. Those of you who were facing problems cooking a ROM for themselves can now download these ready-to-install ROMs waiting to run on your phone.
A new Build 23036 of Windows Mobile 6.5 is out in the wild. Apart from a slightly different skinned keyboard and few bug fixes, nothing much has changed visually in this Build compared to the last leaked Build 23034 of Windows Mobile 6.5. Those of you who are feeling adventurous can go ahead and try out this latest Build on your Windows Phone capable of running Windows Mobile 6.5.
The latest Build 23034 of Windows Mobile 6.5 is out now courtesy of some devoted folks from XDA-Developers forum. This new Build brings significant changes to the Start Menu button which has now been moved to the bottom and the taskbar (or the status bar) on the top looks smaller like it is on Android and iPhone.