The Samsung Omnia M is now available with online retailer Saholic for Rs 15,900. The device was previously announced way back in May and is Samsung’s second Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone to be launched in India. (more…)Google+
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Samsung has launched the Omnia M, which runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. The device is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and features a 4-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 800×480 pixels. Other features include a 5-Megapixel camera with 720p video capabilities, 1500 mAh battery, 384 MB of RAM, a front facing camera and 4GB of internal memory. (more…)Google+
Current crop of Windows Phone 7.5 smartphones apparently won’t get upgraded to the next version of Windows Phone 8 codenamed Apollo. The Verge citing its sources, claims that Microsoft has no upgrade path from Mango to Apollo. Microsoft has so far stayed mum on the matter, only stating that current apps will work on the next Windows Phone upgrade. (more…)Google+
Windows Phone has always had a very intuitive and fluid UI, one which is less susceptible to fragmentation. However, handset OEMs have never seen it that way. When Nokia entered into its partnership with Microsoft for Windows Phone, software customizations were one of the prerequisites. The situation is much worse than it seems to be as the DigiTimes is reporting that OEMs have urged Microsoft to allow more leeway in the customization of the Metro UI of Windows Phone 8. (more…)Google+
At a recent developer event in India, Microsoft has announced that its Windows Phone Tango will support 120 languages which is like three times the language support on the current version, the Windows Phone Mango. By doing this, Microsoft will not only surpass iOS (currently supports 34 languages) but it will also outdo Android which has support for nearly 55 languages. Microsoft has always maintained that its Tango software will be targeted at developing countries. With such wide language coverage, it is qui...
After Mango, we were wondering for quite some time what would be Microsoft’s next move. Thanks to a leaked roadmap for future Windows Phone updates which suggests that its ‘Tango’ and ‘Apollo’ which are lined up for a release next year. As revealed by WMPoweruser, Tango is meant to support cheaper and low-cost handsets (products with “best prices”) and should be launched in Q2 next year. Apollo on the other hand will be the next major release which would offer support for...