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Old 03-24-2005, 05:24 PM   #1
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Windows Mobile 2005 - first review

Just a few days after we brought the scoop, user "anonymous" posted a cool Windows Mobile 2005 walk-through over at PocketNow. Lot's of screenshots and interesting information.

The reviewers conclusion:
"While this new Windows Mobile operating system is obviously still under development, why not give Microsoft some feedback on it's current state? I was hoping that a Bluetooth headset would be able to activate Voice Command 1.5 in this version, however there's no indication that this will be possible. I hope the final version of Windows Mobile 2005 changes this. It's good to see that there will be persistent storage in future devices now. Then there will be less reason to keep current backups of your data. We're still missing any way to manage emails like we could in the old days of Windows CE Inbox Transfer. Yep, there's still no way to transfer draft emails between your Windows Mobile device and Outlook. The new one-handed user interface is excellent and will surely make smaller screened devices easier to use. This version of the OS could certainly be used in both Smartphones and Pocket PC Phones. The lines are blurred significantly."
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Old 03-24-2005, 09:19 PM   #2
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Very sweet, must check this out
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