Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone Mango’
Can’t wait to get your hands on a Windows Phone Mango handset? If this is the case, Samsung might just have what you are looking for.
If you’re looking for something top-of-the-line, the Samsung Focus S might just be up your alley. It sports a massive 4.3 inch AMOLED display, an 8 megapixel camera, and a 1.4 GHz processor under the hood. Despite all of this hardware, the phone is a mere 8.55 mm thick.
If you’re looking for something slightly down the line, you might be interested in the Samsung Focus Flash. It sports a 3.7 inch AMOLED display, a 5 megapixel camera, and a 1.4 GHz processor under the hood.
As of the moment, they will only be available in the US. Hopefully, they will be landing in the UK soon after.
What should you expect from Windows Phone Mango? It will be adding over 500 features to the Windows Phone platform. These include multi-tasking, speech-to-text capabilities, messages focused on people, and an inbox for all of your email accounts.
If you’re looking for something new from both Samsung and Microsoft, the Samsung Focus S and the Samsung Focus Flash might just be what you are looking for. Hopefully, they land in the UK soon after their US launch.
According to rumors, the Windows Phone Mango update will be rolling out within the week. Specifically, it is said to be rolling out on the 15th of September.
The fruit-inspired iteration of the Windows Phone platform (Windows Phone 7.5) was leaked in a Windows Phone Dev podcast. Here, it was revealed that Mango will be released on September 15.
They said, “Next week is going to be a big week for Windows Phone. We have been told by various sources that Mango will be dropping, and the final tools will be dropping for developers. So that would be interesting and something to look forward to.”
What enhancements should we expect with Windows Phone Mango? First of all, enhancements and major changes to the interface are to be expected. Secondly, it will be better optimized for social media network integration. Lastly, the “try before you buy” option on Microsoft’s Marketplace will be improved.
Sadly, features such as multi-tasking among other features were disappointing. We’re hoping these concerns will be addressed before the update rolls out.
If these reports are accurate, Windows Phone Mango (Windows Phone 7.5) will start rolling out to all WP7-powered smartphones within the week. However, when network operators will permit the update roll out is a big question.
HTC’s Windows Phone Mango-powered handsets the Titan and the Radar have now been officially announced by the Taiwanese phone giant. The Titan is a monster of a smartphone. The Radar caters more to portability.
The HTC Titan sports a massive 4.7 inch Super LCD touchscreen. It looks like every manufacturer is coming up with hybrid devices. Hybrids are crosses between smartphones and tablets.
This monstrous device will pack a powerful 1.5 GHz Snapdragon chipset under the hood. This is similar to the processor found on the HTC Flyer. This will offer outstanding power and performance. Aside from a powerful single-core processor, it will sport an 8 MP camera.
With a 4.7 inch touchscreen, bulk may be a problem. However, with a thickness of 9.9 mm, you can easily put it away in your pocket.
If you’re looking for a more portable Windows Phone mango-powered handset, the HTC Radar will not disappoint. It sports a 3.8 inch touchscreen, which will fit easily in your shirt pocket.
It comes packed with a 1 GHz processor under the hood. This offers enough power and performance for getting the job done.
It looks like HTC beat Nokia to the punch. Now Nokia has come up with Windows Phone Mango handsets that can compete with the HTC Titan and HTC Radar.