Windows Phone 7 decoded - past, present and future
Windows Phone 7 decoded - past, present and future
Written by Harry Fairhead   
Saturday, 27 August 2011

The Windows Phone 7 story can be difficult to follow especially if you get confused by mangos and tangos. Here's an infographic which shows how much has already been achieved in a short time.

 

The Windows Phone 7 story can be difficult to follow especially if you get confused by mangos and tangos. Know your Mobile has put together a really useful infographic which charts the development of the platform. What is surprising is how much has been packed into its short life.

 

 

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phone7graphic

 

There are some worrying statistics contained in the graphic. For example 19% of Windows Phones are still running the original version of the operating system with 38% still running the NoDo update which added copy and paste. 

Let's hope they all upgrade to Mango as soon as possible.

 

Credits 

Thanks to Know your Mobile for the infographic.

Further Reading

How will Windows Phone 7 be successful?

 

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