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HTC Source | August 16, 2017

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First images of Windows Mobile 7!


CES is in full swing this week in Vegas, but not all big news seems to make it there some times. It seems like new details on the new windows Mobile Operating System have surfaced, along with some great pictures of how Windows Mobile 7 will be changing its platform.

Some of the highlights from Windows Mobile 7 include

  • Surface – Windows Mobile’s multitouch similar to the iPhone
  • Device controlls through rotation and shaking
  • Camera based gesture recognition

Microsoft has not officially mentioned anything in regards to Windows Mobile 7, except that they are working on it. If there rumors and images turn out to be true, Microsoft is deffinitely going to have a great upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.

More images after the link.

 

New today screen interface on windows mobile 7

New today screen interface on windows mobile 7

New Image editing features and interface in windows mobile 7

New Image editing features and interface in windows mobile 7

Image rotation and cropping in windows mobile 7

Image rotation and cropping in windows mobile 7

sliding interface on windows mobile 7 between recent programs and phone controls

sliding interface on windows mobile 7 between recent programs and phone controls

New interface for programs on windows mobile 7

New interface for programs on windows mobile 7

New layout for the photo album and interface for recent programs in windows mobile 7

New layout for the photo album and interface for recent programs in windows mobile 7

 

New file navigation system in Windows Mobile 7 for the photo Album

New file navigation system in Windows Mobile 7 for the photo Album

 

 

Microsoft’s new surface interface for Multitouch input

Microsoft's new surface interface for Multitouch input

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.