“Reinventing yourself isn’t easy, yet that’s what Microsoft did with Windows Phone 7, its slick new mobile operating system. Microsoft took its aging, stodgy Windows Mobile OS, reserved mainly for business users, and built something new from the ground up. The end result: an intuitive new platform that pushes the user—instead of apps—into the limelight.”Laptop Magazine has flagged Microsoft’s efforts in the mobile space with the upcoming Windows Phone 7, as 4th place in the 25 Most Innovative Products of 2010. And when you consider that the new operating system isn’t even shipping yet, that’s a pretty impressive thing.
Devices are expecting to be available for “holiday 2010” according to Microsoft. We’ll keep bringing you more details as they become available.
You can check out the complete list of 25 items over at Laptop Magazine. Take a look at the top 10 and let us know if you agree with the list.
Source = WMExperts