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Microsoft Zune smartphone
Ilse Jurriƫn : January 21th 2010 - 19:04 CET
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MicrosoftNew Microsoft Zune mobile phone : The following rumor actually seems to us to be more than logical: the Microsoft Zune smartphone. We are actually even more surprised that it has taken so long to appear. Of course a lot is implied, as a smartphone that has the potential to achieve everything that the iPhone has achieved in the past few years, cannot be put onto the world market overnight. Microsoft Zune has managed to achieve a small fan base, but what we have noticed is that certain strategic services are often unknown to the consumer. During our recent visit to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, this was also confirmed to us by a Microsoft employee.

Microsoft Zune smartphone

Microsoft Zune smartphone
Things are not running so smoothly in terms of marketing strategy. On the other hand, we can imagine if Microsoft will introduce the Microsoft Zune smartphone during the coming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, that they will at least receive worldwide attention. There is already a lot known about the Zune itself, but it is still guesswork about what the Microsoft Zune will have in terms of extras. A whole new, spectacularly controlled interface is named.

Microsoft Zune

Microsoft Zune services & Apps
For the rest, we have to guess what specifications the Microsoft Zune smartphone will have. Of course a digital camera will be included, but if it will have five or eight megapixels makes no difference to us. The video clip will at least be recorded in HD quality. What we are especially looking forward to are the Microsoft Zune services and functions and the Apps that will make all the difference. Will the Mobile World Congress bring more clarity? Let the Microsoft Zune smartphone come...
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