My Love For Windows Phone 7 Is Back!

After watching over 3 hours of Windows Phone 7 demos from many different sites, it seems I am back in the Windows Phone 7 love clan. I have been using Android and WebOS the past 5 months and have teased the good looking but still function full life of the new guys. So much that I lost all hope on being a happy Windows Phone users. Well after these last videos I have watched most recently the one above, it seems Windows Phone 7 is for sure going to be in my future and will stay there until WP8 comes out in 5-10 years (usual time frame).

Now the video we have been seeing are of the undone, but pretty close to completion OS. Even with unfinished software, the OS is still “running as smooth as butter”, now just imagine when it is lunched with devices that are well prepared for it. That sounds to me like a reason to go to Best Buy rather than a date with a model.

What I have been looking for (list below) is all part of Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft even managed to make what I want in a better way and even add more into that.


  1. Looks
  2. Functionality
  3. Games
  4. Music Player that doesn’t suck
  5. Stability
  6. Facebook
  7. Sync Software
  8. Frequent Updates Like Android, that improves the devices even more.

And those things are all seen in the above video, and gush darn it I am so happy I could go riding my bike again. I am happy I saw this last video before bidding on the Samsung Vibrant I was 5 min away from winning, but it showed me that if I am a little patient, I will get all I want and more. The only thing that could stop it is if HTC does release that ugly thing that was previously leaked rather than something we can all enjoy and cherish.

What do you look for when you think of a perfect phone? How do you like my extreme unbiased (I am a little towards the iPhone though, but I used the 4 and it is awesome… but that grip thing annoyed me a lot). Comment below and tell us your thoughts.

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