In an event at India’s capital New Delhi in a five star Hotel, Microsoft has officially announced its first Windows Phone 7. So far all the phones like Mozart, were simply imported and none of them had the App store working as India was still recognized as one of the places where Microsoft launched the phone. However, all this is about to change now, as HTC Radar has been launched, India’s first Windows Phone 7.
The phone priced pretty highly at approximately Rs. 24,000 but also packs a powerful punch when it comes to the specifications department. The phone sports a 3.8 WVGA screen, 1 GHz single core processor, 5 mega pixel real shooter, VGA front facing camera, 512 Mb of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage. The device has at its heart the famous Mango update from Microsoft making the version 7.5 and the phone extremely function.
The phone is extremely snappy and really beautiful. The body is really sleek and well made especially the metal works on the backside of the phone really makes is as much a piece of art as that of technology. Another plus with the launch is the launch of the Windows Market place for Application. So far the customers in India did not have any App support but now they can finally get their hands on plenty of Apps and watch the store go strength to strength. The Radar is one of the first Windows devices launching throughout the week. There has been talk of Dell launching one Windows 7 device and so is Samsung.
So if you are bored of the Android, iOS and Blackberry camp and would like to look at something new, Windows Phone 7 is an extremely good option.