Microsoft to uncover Windows phones on October 6

Windows Mobile Logo Staying connected with loved ones and making important information available at the same time is now made easier as Microsoft Corporation recently announced Windows phones. Microsoft will unmask the Windows phones at retail stores globally on October 6. The latest phones will get an opportunity to feature Windows Mobile 6.5, the new and advanced version of Microsoft’s mobile phone software.

It is anticipated that consumers will be facilitated with an enhanced and convenient-to-use user interface. The Windows phones will also offer improved browsing capabilities and access to valuable services, including Windows Marketplace for Mobile and Microsoft My Phone.

“A Windows phone gives people a single phone that works for their whole life, keeping them connected to the people and information they care most about by harnessing the power of the PC, phone and Web,” explained Todd Peters, corporate vice president of the Mobile Communications Marketing Group at Microsoft.

Windows phones can be considered as perfect devices for work and play, offering users with ultimate convenience to get information they want by harnessing the power of the PC, phone and Web. The redesigned Internet Explorer Mobile browser comes with a new engine and built-in Adobe Flash Lite support for enhanced rendering and tasks completion. Users will now find more facilities offered from their mobile phones such as getting directions or simply paying bills.

Microsoft Office Mobile enables users to open and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents directly from their mobile phones. Consumers can now keep updates about their friends in one place with the help of Windows Live on their mobile phones.

In order to provide more convenience to users, the Windows phones will come with two new powerful mobile services. Its free My Phone service will enable users to automatically backup and sync photos, music, contacts along with text messages from their mobile phones to the Web. This facility makes it easier to access and manage these services from their mobile phones or personal computers. Users can also save the information in the incidence of a lost mobile phone.

Moreover, the Windows phone offers users with the choice of a broad selection of form factors from sleek, touchscreen devices to full QWERTY keyboards. This makes easier to identify a phone which meets their expectations. Besides, the Windows Mobile 6.5 offers convenient access to third-party applications namely Facebook, Netflix and Zagat. Its enhanced and touch-friendly user interface allows users to customize their mobile phones to complement their personal style.

The new version enables users to modify the appearance and look of their mobile phones with designer themes or a personal background. With this advanced device, users can also change their homescreen with widgets, making easier to find their important information.

Microsoft is expected to unveil this advanced technology widely at retail stores worldwide on October 6, 2009. Users can now look forward to add more advancement in their technological equipments.