Microsoft Singapore officially launches Windows Phone 7.5 yesterday. Windows Phone 7.5 has more than 500 new features and enhancements.
Both HTC Radar (RRP: S$569) and Samsung Omnia W (RRP: S$498) will be the first Windows Phone 7.5 to be released in Singapore. The HTC Radar will be available next month (October 2011) while the Samsung Omnia W will be available sometime in Q4 2011.
Some of you might already know, WhatsApp has been available on Windows MarketPlace For Mobile since last Saturday, but unfortunately, it is only available for Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) users. Most of us, the “general public” are still on Windows Phone 7.0 and are eagerly waiting to upgrade to Windows Phone 7.5 which I think will be released this week if not the latest next week.
Got myself the HTC 7 Mozart as my own Christmas present from Mobile Square. They are selling it for S$670 without contact. I traded in my Nokia N82 for S$140 and my mom’s iPhone 3G (16GB) for S$270. Ended up paying only just S$260 for the phone.
Now I have phones from all major mobile OSes (iOS, Android, Symbian^3 & Windows Phone 7) except Blackberry!
Microsoft today unveiled Windows Phone 7 Series at the Mobile World Congress 2010. Since it is a brand new OS, Microsoft got rid of the Windows Mobile 7 branding and named it as Windows Phone 7 Series instead. From the first look, it looks pretty impressive.