After you create the Windows 8 operating system for PC and desktop, Microsoft now comes with a mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8. This of course shows that Microsoft is not to be outdone by the Android operating system as his biggest rivals at the moment. On Wednesday (20/6/2012) in San Francisco, United States, Microsoft has released Windows Phone 7 and promising there are many updates in this operating system.
For developers, Windows Phone 7 will be more easily developed if the developers already have existing applications are compatible with Windows 7 in the PC environment first. Unfortunately, applications on Windows Phone 7 is not compatible with earlier versions of Windows Phone.
Windows Phone 7 comes packed with features and new hardware, one of them by using multi-core devices, which has been widely used on Android and iOS platforms. Windows Phone 7 is also supported by a better screen resolution, such as 720 p and 1280 x 768 (WXGA) resolution screen, better than on the screen belongs to Nokia Lumia.
Windows Phone 7 also supports external storage with a microSD card and voice command feature, Skype video calls, transaction wireless Near Field Communication (NFC), as well as GPS.