New Leaked Windows Mobile 6.5 Screenshots Are Really Pretty

Posted: Feb 13 2009, 8:42am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:02pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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New leaked Windows Mobile 6.5 Screenshots are really pretty

Every time a Windows Mobile 6.5 screenshot leaks they get more and more beautiful. Could it be that Microsoft has done a really nice job with Windows Mobile 6.5? Will it actually be able to stand against Palm WebOS and Apple iPhone OS in coolness?

GadgetMix (Via Engadget) published several Windows Mobile 6.5 screenshots showing the interesting Honeycomb interface.
There is also lots of transparency in the UI of WinMo 6.5 that display status information like incoming calls on top of desktop wallpaper.
One screenshot also shows an icon for the Microsoft Marketplace that is anticipated to be launched at the MWC 2009 as well.

Currently the rumors point to Windows Mobile 6.5 handsets being available in Q3 2009 at the earliest. It would be great if Microsoft can surprise us with a Q1 release at the MWC 2009.

The Mobile World Congress 2009 (MWC 2009) is starting on February 16th and lasts until the 19th. The MWC 2009 (former 3GSM) takes place again in Barcelona. See our MWC 2009 Preview to get an idea what new mobile phones will be unveiled at the MWC 2009. More MWC 2009 News can be found in our Mobile Phone section.

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