There were lots of inquiries whether the Microsoft smartphone called Windows Phone which has the code named ‘Mango’ push thru in the market. Since its launched of Windows Phone last year has already put hiatus of the long development of what is new of Microsoft representation of its mobile device.
Apple iOS, RIM Blackberry, and Google Android already controlled the market since the early days of mobile world. The entry of late player Microsoft’s Window Phone last year causes distaste in the public due to some ‘bugs’ that need to be fixes and the video phones are slow to start.
This year predicting that a new version of Windows Phone will be coming out in the market with improves services and fixed system to compensate eager public of Microsoft venture into getting best smartphone in the race.
But what could be latest? This site has got some search on the keyword Windows Phone that viewers are getting best on the latest news behind the code named ‘Mango’that will launched in fall. Microsoft fans are eagerly waiting when it push through.
John Biggs of TechCrunch made some analysis that there was no substantial information obtained the coming of Windows Phone called Mango. Although, he believes taking dominance in the smartphone race is still too late to come to target and Windows Phone will stay fit. Biggs comes into terms that the platform will not gone that other pessimists think that PC kingmaker Microsoft will dismantle it for life.
Microsoft cannot deny how they controlled the PC market but Google Android and iPhone iOS already pose the commanding lead in mobile world. But how beef-up the competitions? And say better late than never?
It is a hard thing to do for Windows Phone to come up the race, and Microsoft has many things to do to get a boost. Money could be an important role in getting best fortune in a mobile world. Microsoft made a striking deal with Nokia to promote Windows Phone pledging $1 billion. The number one mobile phone maker was a threat to mobile world during the early days of handphone craze. Now they team-up with PC kingmaker to double up the force protruding the market in terms of demands.
Nokia was a slow starter in bringing its devices to market, but then a two weeks debut in the World Market change its course. That is all what it takes to let Windows Phone go back to market. As what Biggs said “Looking at the numbers and general sluggishness on Microsoft’s part, a pessimist might call this platform dead. I don’t agree, but I think it definitely needs a shot of adrenaline to the heart.”
Well, adrenaline makes you rise.