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PREVIEW: Exclusive Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition Screenshots - Part I
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 24.03.04 - 20:01:38 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 12947x
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As announced before, today Microsoft provided a preview to its latest Windows Mobile version, now called Windows Mobile Second Edition and I'm happy to give you - who are not able to attend the MDC in San Francisco - a sneak preview of what you can expect.
Please keep in mind that Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition isn't a complete new OS but also based on Windows CE.Net 4.x; therefore you will not find so many new features except the display improvements you can see here:

Today Screen



Phone Dialer for Phone Edition

Screen Orientation


Font Size


Font Size used for Inbox

The screenshots above were taken from a real device, not from a Developer Kit; however - today it's too early to say which devices will be upgradeable and which won't.
BTW: now we know why we've never seen the Motorola MPx Phone Edition with a working/running screen... ;-)
However, while I've assigned a button to rotate the screen by hand for the screenshots above, Motorola already confirmed me, that the MPx will do the portrait/landscape stuff itself, depending on how you open the screen.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links : [Exclusive Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition Screenshots - Part II]


 

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