The phone all Windows Phone enthusiasts and die-hard Nokia fans were waiting for has finally arrived! Nokia has just announced two new Windows Phone-powered handsets: the Lumia 800 and the Lumia 710. You can read about both phones’ features, pricing and availability after the jump!
Microsoft has shown off the deep integration between Windows Phone 7.5 and its Xbox Kinect once more, this time at the recent HTC Radar launch in Hong Kong.
Windows Phone 7.5 Mango has started to roll out for everyone as we speak, but there’s one problem: You have to wait for a considerable period of time before the said update hits your Windows Phone powered handset. How about we turn the tables and hook you up with Mango right now? Complete instructions after the break.
Microsoft has finally laid the rumors and speculation to rest in a blog post, which states that its Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) update will be dropping within the next couple of weeks.
Ever since Windows Phone 7.5 was finalized back in July, we've all been wondering when the system would finally find its way onto consumer smartphones in an official capacity. According to a new report, that might be just a few days away, on September 15th.
Two couple of months ago, Microsoft announced that the next version of Windows Phone, codenamed 'Mango', had been finalized, yet no devices running earlier versions of the system have officially obtained 'Mango'. Thankfully, official HTC ROMs have been leaked and made their way onto the Internet, enabling users of the HTC HD7 to run 'Mango' right now, one day after a similar ROM file was leaked for the HTC 7 Mozart.
Over the last few months, many have been waiting for a smartphone running 'Mango', the new version of Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, which was allegedly finalized back in July. Thankfully, HTC has stepped up to the plate and introduced two Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smartphones: the HTC Radar and the HTC Titan.
Microsoft has been spilling out a lot of details about its future products at its events. Earlier this week, the company revealed 'Tango' and ‘Apollo’, the next release of Windows Phone 7. Now, at a TechEd conference in New Zealand, the company revealed that future 'Mango' devices would feature a front-facing camera and that Skype would be brought to the platform later on.
Earlier this week, Microsoft released Build 7712 of Mango update for their Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system and today we’ll be guiding you on how to go ahead and install the said update on any Windows Phone 7 smartphone without having to have a developer account.