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Microsoft said sarcastically static UI iOS and Android in Video Overview of Windows Phone 8

Selasa, 30 Oktober 20120 komentar


After the inauguration of Windows 8, the end of October is also an important moment because they also inaugurated the latest version of their mobile OS made: Windows Phone 8.

To ensure that each user and Windows Phone enthusiasts also understand that there are many new features in Windows Phone 8, Corporate VP for Windows Phone Joe Belifore assume the lead role in a duration of 18 minutes video overview explaining the many advantages of the new mobile OS.

By asked as the 'most personal smartphones today,' Belifore using an HTC Windows Phone 8X and also a Nokia Lumia 920 to showcase the sophistication of Windows Phone 8. Imitate your favorite recipes in Samsung promo video, the introduction of new mobile OS insinuated static UI from iOS and Android when compared with Windows Phone 8.

If the iOS UI is generally only consists of a few rows of application icons are static, which was later adopted by the Android (with extra widgets), then in the Windows Phone 8 you will find a variety of live tiles that seem very much alive and able to provide a variety of the latest information, without having to open the application first.

Intrigued by what is offered by Microsoft in Windows Phone 8? Check out the video below:

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