Windows Phone 7 Will Aim At Enterprise Customers Next

Posted: Sep 28 2010, 3:53am CDT | by , in Rumors | Mobile Phones

Windows Phone 7 will aim at Enterprise Customers next
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Microsoft plans to fish in BlackBerry land next with Windows Phone 7.

The Windows Phone 7 launch is happening soon. Current rumors point to October for Europe and November for US. The first wave of Windows 7 Phones are aimed at consumers. The next wave of WP7 phones is going after enterprise customers according to statements of Paul Foster, Microsoft ISV developer evangelist. According to Mr. Foster talked about the Enterprise plans for Windows Phone 7 at a briefing for developers and press.

Mr. Foster also mentions that there will be BlackBerry style Windows Phone 7 handsets coming. These WP7 phones sport a 480x320px screen and a QWERTY keyboard. He also mentioned that WP7 touchscreen phones that like the HTC Mondrian have the potential to come with a slide-out keyboard.

Microsoft is at home in the enterprise. Now they just need to bring the mobile phones back into them. I assume this will not happen this year, but in 2011.

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