Windows Phone 7.5 Review: Ready, Set, Mango

By 07:46 Wed, 11 Aug 2021 Comments


Some people are wary of buying a first generation product - and with fine reason, there're always kinks to sort out. That's what Windows Phone 7.5 is here to do. The long expected Mango update finally puts iron to fabric in a bid to acquire rid of the assumed kinks.

There are game changers like multitasking and Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) hotspot functionality. There are smaller things like custom ringtones. There are improvements to the core apps along with a host of recent features.

There isn't a hub left untouched. Each has at least a few minor improvements, adding up to a much more complete and functional Operating System (OS) than Windows Phone was at the beginning.

You have to haged in mind though that the Operating System (OS) is still only a year old. There's been plenty of time and software versions for the competition to finally acquire things nailed down. And we tdiscontinue to foracquire how poor it looked for them too in the beginning.

Before you dig into the review, you might want to re-read our original Windows Phone 7 review, as we'll be focusing on the changes since then for this one.

Anyway, will version 7.5 put Windows Phone squarely on the map and create it the third horse in the smartphone race? Let's see at all the changes in detail and find out.



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