Windows Mobile 7 to Debut at WMC 2010

By  |  Friday, January 22, 2010 at 11:58 am

You may have remembered our reporting about two weeks ago putting the future of Windows Mobile 7 into doubt, and pushing its release further into the future. Enter DigiTimes, who its refuting some of that reporting saying Microsoft is ready to debut WM7 at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona complete with a release date.

DigiTimes says that Microsoft will announce an OEM availability in September, translating to a retail availability by the end of the year or early in 2011. This would be for English and European languages: Asian translations will come later, probably in 2011.

So who’s right? DigiTimes is probably a more reputable source than whomever Bright Side of News is, but their track record in accurate scoops isn’t much better. Guess we will see…

 
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  1. webmaster Says:

    I don’t know if Digitimes is true.

    But this is what i heard from Microsoft

    http://www.fonearena.com/blog/2010/01/23/microsoft-and-windows-mobile-mobile-world-congress-2010.html

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