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  • Not even a whole two months removed from announcing their Windows Phone 7 Series Microsoft is back today with another event that is expected to reveal its Project Pink lineup which will include two new handsets known as the “Pure” and “Turtle.”  It is unknown whether or not they will run Windows Phone 7 or a completely different OS. 



    With the start of their event Microsoft has made a couple announcements regarding the specs of these two new phones.  Here are the specs for the Kin One.
    · Compact keypad for one-handed texting
    · Multi-touch display
    · 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and SD video recording
    · Wi-Fi
    · GPS
    · External mono speaker
    · 4GB internal memory (enough for 1,000 songs)
    · Media powered by Zune
    With a slightly different design the specs for the Kin Two are also slight different.  Here is what this device is expected to come with.
    · Horizontal sliding QWERTY keypad
    · Multi-touch display
    · 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and HD video recording
    · Wi-Fi
    · GPS
    · External stereo speaker
    · 8GB internal memory (enough for 2,000 songs)
    · Media powered by Zune


    Windows Phone 7 is about simplifying people’s lives, whereas KIN is all about amplifying people’s lives. It represents Microsoft “cranking social up to 11″ for “people who live to be connected, share, express and relate to their friends and family.” Don't forget about getting your Bluetooth headset as well.


    These two new devices are designed to keep people more in touch with their friends and acquaintances via various social media websites.  One of the cool features of the Kin is that it comes with KIN Studio. “It’s your phone, online, on any web browser.” With KIN Studio, all of your call logs, texts, contacts images, videos, and more are stored in the cloud and viewable in a pretty nifty looking timeline. Pretty much everything you do on the KIN is compatible with geo-tagging, so if you forget where you were when you took a particular picture or video you can go online and refresh your memory thanks to the integration of Bing Maps


     I am sure there will be a lot more announcements regarding Project Pink coming from the current Microsoft event and the availability of getting it as an unlocked cell phone.



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  • In more news about the upcoming Windows 7 phone Microsoft released a few more details about what we can expect with this new mobile device.  Charlie Kindel, who is in charge of Microsoft’s Windows Phone developer strategy, said that Microsoft is working with developers to make sure that Windows Phone 7 handsets come equipped with enough memory for applications, 3D games and media storage.  Kindel also went on to suggest that these phones may have microSD cards embedded in them but will be locked in place so that the end user can not get to them.



    Microsoft also noted that much like the iPhone the Windows Phone 7 will not be a true multitasking device.  Third party applications will not be able to run continuously in the background and those using VoiP will be limited.  “Apps that run arbitrarily in the background create an end user experience where battery life and responsiveness of the system becomes … inconsistent," Kindel said.  "We focused on getting a set of experiences right where we didn't have to support [multitasking,] but we will over time."


    While it is sort of a bummer that true multitasking will not be supported with the onset of the Windows 7 Phone it is reassuring that they will be working on it for the future.  One of my biggest pet peeves about the current mobile devices is their lack of multitasking abilities.  It sounds like future releases of the Windows Phone 7 might just have that problem solved though.



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  • Windows Phone 7 Series Announced
    Posted on February 18, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Windows Phone 7 Series Announced by Microsoft at the Mobile World Congress meeting this week. It is suspected that the Windows Phone 7 Series will bring more consistency and synergy to the mobile phone environment.


    The new Windows phone will have Zune integrated so those who love music can enjoy their favorite tunes. This single mobile phone is claimed to do about anything that you like. With the latest Windows 7 you can find everything you want faster and it easier to keep in touch with your friends and loved ones.



    Windows Phone 7 Series enables you to listen to all of your music and view your videos with just one click. You can skip the wires, sync over Wi-Fi.


    You have the latest updates in one place. Good news for gamers, X-Box just went Mobile.


    Windows Operating System (OS) review


    The latest Windows 7 Series has the real-time updates option. The system will update randomly so that your Windows is never outdated.


    Windows Contact


    The new OS has great contact options with access to photos, music, and games. You can also post your status one time or update them all at once. Most of the recent contacts are at your beck-n-call.
    There is also live friend updates available in Windows 7 Series. You can update the friends from the social media sites such as Window Live or Facebook. It is easier to find people that you are looking for quickly as well. In summary, it is easier than ever to stay in contact with your friends online.


    You can view photos from your computer, phone, or from your web organized center all in one place. With a 64-Bit OS Bet’s you can share immediately with your favorite online people or social networks. Finally, all of your favorite tunes and videos can be viewed from your cell phone, the web, or radio.



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