Techticker.co.uk have published this summary of the recently held UK TechDays seminar held by Microsoft to introduce developers to their new mobile OS.
While the 9 minute video by and large cover information we have heard earlier, one issue of note is that apparently each application will only have access to 2 GB of storage on the device, irrespective of the actual size of storage.
While this may be expansive, it is starting to push against the limits of map storage for GPS navigation for example, and with the lack of a shared storage area for all applications, limits the amount of storage available to an application that does not want to use the Windows Phone 7 native libraries, such as an alternative music and video player.
The video also reveals that Microsoft is targeting over 30â€™s with Windows Phone 7, as apposed to their 20â€™s and under focus with KIN.
See the video above for more.