Windows® Mobile 7 Scheduled To Launch In Late 2010
Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 7 has met the expectations of consumers, but enthusiastic mobile phone users looking to enjoy the new mobile with Windows Mobile 7 operating system will have to put their expectations on hold till late 2010.
Moreover, Microsoft’s software giant UK head of mobility, Phil Moore, has said that the company will not launch latest Windows Mobile until the latter part of 2010.
Yet Moore also said that the near release will also allow Microsoft to give the enterprise users and general Windows mobile users exactly what they want, which will include focus in adaptability of the touch base User Interface.
Microsoft’s verdict to delay the release of Windows Mobile 7 is perhaps not especially given that platform stopgap Windows Mobile 6.5 was launched to fill the gap when the seventh version of the mobile operating package missed its initial 2009 completion target.
However, great commitments related to a product release after 12 months are unlikely to help Microsoft’s position in the global Smartphone market.
With 46 percent of the market, the Nokia’s Symbian is at the top of the pile. The BlackBerry is with 21 percent and Apple’s iPhone operating system is with 18 percent and the Google’s Android managed to secure 3.5 percent of the market.