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Monday, 28 June 2010 09:59

October release for Windows Phone 7?

Written by David Stellmack
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Sources seem to be confirming this is the case
Our sources over the weekend are confirming to us that Microsoft apparently has selected October for the eagerly awaited release of Windows Phone 7. Apparently, this was confirmed by a presentation by Microsoft Labs at Cannes Lions 2010.

Windows Phone 7 could represent the first real chance for Microsoft to make a big dent with their phone technology. Windows Phone 7 combines much of what the company has learned from the Zune products, along with the recently released Kin, with a sprinkling of Xbox Live thrown in to up the stakes.

Analysts seem to agree that this could be Microsoft’s best and most significant chance for success.

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