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Its Ok!! 116 7.37%
I Like it!! 264 16.77%
I Love it!! 391 24.84%
Nothin Special!! 88 5.59%
Its like killing the current Freedom!! 384 24.40%
I Hate it!! 156 9.91%
Expecting More!! 149 9.47%
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What do you think about the new WinMo 7?? Like or Not?

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Default What do you think about the new WinMo 7?? Like or Not?

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When we say Windows Mobile, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Emmmmm…
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Extensive Customization!! - True
Multi Tasking!! - True
Copy Paste!! - True
External SD Card!! – True
Humongous Application and Easy Installation!! - True
Boring but we got UI replacements!! - That is true aswel
And we love that don’t we. That is because it has something that no other Mobile OS had before.
Well lets hear it from you people..
Was this what you were looking for? Or is it no where even close?
To read more go here - Windows Phone 7 might really die before its even Out?

Lets hear what you guys have to say.
 
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what about love it hate it..u should add a poll but im getting 1 when they come out
 
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It has new **** so i might as well love it. :P
 
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hmmm. lets see how much we can crack open this os..
 
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looks outdated visually boring like all things microsoft lately. The official statement appears to be Manufacturers will also be restricted to the smart tile user interface so not a smart move when you compare with the Android System.
 
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I'm not worried about losing the freedom that we have on WinMo - I'm confident that the community here will find a way - and a great way, at that - to allow everyone to get what they want out of WP7, or the way I put it to my friend: I'm sure XDA-Devs will have there way with WP7.
 
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I like the look and feel alot!!

But somehow I fear we will loose all our custimisazion possibilities...like custon ROM's simple apps, Registry tweaks, etc...

But lets see...


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Like it quite a bit, seeing some great potential there.

I'm happy to see Microsoft used the Zune interface as guideline as many, including myself, liked the interface and where "hoping"/"seeing" the possibility of a phone entry to the Zune's menu structure. In this case Microsoft went further even and expanded on that UI just like i feel the Zune interface is an expanded/further developed titanium UI. Thank god we get rid of Touchflo/Sense finally, always hated it, but that's just my personal opinion ofc.

Next to that the new zoom/rendering/cleartype is very nice and a great addition to any OS.

Personally i dont care too much about all the social networking features as i hardly use them myself and suspect europeans overall use these less than americans. However i like the widespread intergration of these things, from the photo app, the Me tile etc. to the automatic selection of contact information.

Hope our great dev's and myself here at XDA will figure out the inner workings of it and be able to polish it to our liking.

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Wait to see how much the new OS is far to customizations, I belive that here at XDA we can hack again but why the no Power user can't? I don't complain with this new Apple/like orientation.

Hope it's not like it seems


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Looks good to me. It is what I was expecting from a new OS. It isn't just rehashing and repackaging old ideas. I just hope there will be a call manager available for it

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