Monday, November 15, 2010

Windows Phone 7

I was at the AT&T store this weekend with my friend because he was getting his new iPhone 4. While he was doing that, I got the chance to play with the HTC Surround. I was actually very surprised how smooth it was. I didn't expect it to be as cool as it actually was. I figured that the Windows Phone 7 OS had a good chance at being very nice but didn't expect what I found.


This was the phone that I played around with. It was actually pretty cool. After playing with it, I'm considering giving it more of a glance when my contract expires come April. If you haven't gone and played with a Windows Phone 7 device yet, go do so.

25 comments:

  1. I almost bought it, but went against it last minute.

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  2. Ill have to check one out. Im interested to see what Xbox stuff I can do on my phone

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  3. Hmm sounds leet. Maybe.

    Windows = sucky
    Cell Phones = lame
    Windows + Cell Phone = piece of crap?

    Just a conjecture, but I suppose you have more experience than I do since i have yet to finger a W7 phone. Yet!

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  4. I'm excited to check it out, I've heard only good things. Although I have had Windows phones in the past and theyve been awful... Times for another try at them for me it looks like!!

    Thanks for the post!

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  5. i havent messed with one yet but i'd really like to. my girlfriend has android and i've got an iphone 3gs so i'm def interested in seeing how winmobile works

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  6. this phone is ugly. iPhone is the best : D

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  7. @Luigi - So was the iPhone, look how that turned out.

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  8. God I hope they keep making old people phones forever I cannot understand these smart phones ;_;

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  9. Great post. waiting for more updates

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  10. be a good man an say to your friend: "Fagget :D!" for me.
    also enjoy your phone, HTC never disappoints

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  11. as long as it rings and dials is good enough for me.

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