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Microsoft: Windows Phone 7 is 20 percent more efficient than other platforms

Posted on Friday, November 05 2010 @ 05:00:54 CET by

Microsoft claims Windows Phone 7 will require 20 percent less steps to perform common tasks than other mobile platforms:
Microsoft is claiming, based on internal research, that WP7 "requires up to 20% fewer steps to perform common tasks," according to Computerworld.com. These claims are to show that Microsoft's platform, despite being the new kid on the block, will actually save you time. This information aligns with the idea that WP7 was designed to be a "glance and go" OS rather than a "stop and stare" OS.
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Re: Microsoft: Windows Phone 7 is 20 percent more efficient than other platforms
by Anonymous on Saturday, November 06 2010 @ 01:41:41 CET
But to do that you had to make the memory card a non removeable device. So you may be more efficient, but you took phones back 10 years in doing it. Not the right tradeoff...


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