Launching application for Windows Phone is just a matter of time. Now PayPal has managed to let go its app for Windows Phone 7.5 or higher. With the app, user can send and request money. You also can search for vendors in your local area that accept PayPal as payment method with “Local” feature.
To follow up with Windows Phone OS, Samsung has another smartphone after Focus 2. It is Omnia M. It comes with Window Phone 7.5 to fulfill the need of social network phone user including ChatOn which is a service for multi IM, Family Network which is clould-based service from Samsung, AllShare for wireless media streaming.
Samsung Omnia M is powered by a 1GHz single core processor with 384MB of RAM. It has a Super AMOLED display of 4 inches, a 5 megapixel camera at the back with a VGA on the front, 4GB internal storage, a 1,500 mAh battery, WiFi and GPS.
To bring the better environment to Lumia 900 users, Nokia has managed to posh software update to solve device’s data connectivity issues a bit early. Now you can download the software update from Zune with PC or Windows Phone 7 Connector with Mac. In addition for those who purchased Lumia 900 from AT&T, you can bring it back to the company now to get the update and get it back on April 21st.
Check out the update with this link.
Since its announcement, Windows Phone has often been the subject of forecasts. Digitimes Research does not go forward until 2015 but merely present the results of a forecast for the smartphone market in 2012.
The study projected sales for the mobile operating system from Redmond are 40 million Windows Phone, 6.2% of the market. The 6% is a small slice compared to 52% to 18% of Android or the iPhone but it is a encouraging forecast for Microsoft considering that, according to Digitimes, the remaining 18% will be represented by the union of Symbian, and BlackBerry the other OS.
What do you think? There is hope for Microsoft to reach third place by the end of 2012?
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Gartner has just published its latest research report on the share of smartphone operating system market in Q3 2011. In just one year of Android’s market share has doubled from 25.3% to 52.5%. In practice holds over Android 50% of global market share among mobile operating systems. If we analyze the data on phones sold, and 3rd quarter of 2010 over 20 million Android devices sold.
Nokia Lumia 800 is the first Windows Phone 7 Mango released by the partnership between Nokia and Microsoft. Now Lumia 800 is becoming the talk of the town thank to many more features are exclusively added by Nokia. Now the company has released its user guide for its user. The manual is 87 pages long in PDF format. The size is 2.23 MB. You can find the direct download link below.
The Samsung Focus Flash is a new smartphone based on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and launched by the Korean manufacturer in the U.S. market. A video unboxing and hands-on allows us to know him better. The Samsung Flash Focus features a 3.7 inch AMOLED Super display , 1.4 GHz S2 Snapdgragon Qualcomm processor and 5-megapixel camerawith autofocus and LED flash.
Paragon Software launches security application Handy Safe for Windows Phone 7 that you don’t have to worry about your Credit Card information.
Paragon Software Group, a leading developer of software platform for mobile devices and computers, has launched the latest version of the Data Management Handy Safe for Windows Phone 7. A simple software application, available for all mobile platforms and desktop computers on http://www.handy-safe.com , is now able to store sensitive information on mobile devices and desktop computers of all kinds taking the information crucial to secure against theft, loss and memory leaks.
We have already seen how the relationship between Microsoft and Qualcomm , a company that makes processors for all smartphones based on Windows Phone 7, is practically inseparable thank to fruitful collaboration and, in all probability, long-lasting. Today the company produces its own chips is expressed on the reason why Windows Phone does not require dual-core processors. Let’s find out why.