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OPTIMIZED: Microsoft fine-tune Windows Mobile 6.5 UI to make it more Finger friendly
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 20.07.09 - 12:46:59 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 18266x
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While Microsoft put much efforts in making Windows Mobile 6.5 as finger friendly as possible, some things haven't changed so far, at least not on the versions the company showed publically: Tabs in submenus which either still required a stylus or finger nails. However, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional's build 21925, which recently appeared on, seems to change the design of the tabbed screens for Professional Windows Phones, making them into rotatable pivots as also seen in some Windows Mobile 7 leaks as well in Microsoft's Facebook application.

It's not yet known if this is just another test build from Microsoft or if build 21925 really represents the latest Windows Mobile 6.5 design and development but it's really looking quite promising that Microsoft will finally deliver a finger-friendly GUI with Windows Mobile 6.5

Cheers ~ Arne

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