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Windows Mobile 7 not compatible with old apps

Posted on Sunday, January 17 2010 @ 21:11:35 CET by

WMPoweruser reports Windows Mobile 7 has been built from scratch and that this upcoming mobile operating system doesn't seem to support applications that were written for the Windows Mobile 6.x operating system.
Eldar Murtazin, Russian mobile phone godfather and the man behind the very well respected Mobile-review.com, who always seem to get their hands first on the latest mobile phones, has done it again, and managed to have a few minutes with an early build of Windows Mobile 7, running on an as yet unreleased device, and has been doing some tweeting about it.

He notes that the OS has been built from scratch and that none of the old Windows Mobile 6.X apps worked.



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