Category: Windows Phone reviews


Review: HTC Titan (Mango Windows Phone, 4.7 inch display)

Some years ago mobile phone manufacturers competed in creating the smallest device not much larger than a credit card when it comes to lenght and width. Nowadays the race has changed, as it seems like smartphones are getting bigger year-over-year especially due to the display size. HTCs Titan is a prime example of the current […]


Windows Phone 7.5 Mango Beta 2 – Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Integration

On my Windows Phone 7.5 Mango review i mentioned how social media services will be integrated tightly into the peoples hub. The first Mango beta already provided the Facebook sync but Twitter and LinkedIn were not yet available. Recently Microsoft pushed out a Mango beta 2 update which activates the complete social media sync including […]


Review: Windows Phone 7.5 Mango Beta – Microsoft strikes back

Microsoft got a lot of praise for their new Windows Phone operating system, and rightfully so because WP7 represents a fresh, innovative and unique mobile OS approach that is easy to understand while still being effective. Most people didn’t expect such a major reboot after so many years of Windows Mobile stagnation. But like all […]


Review: Windows Phone 7 OS (LG Optimus 7) from an Android users perspective

Similar to the Palm Pre and WebOS combination, it isn’t especially the hardware of the LG Optimus 7 which is the interesting subject, but the mobile OS it’s running on. Windows Phone 7 marks a complete reboot for Microsoft’s approach to mobile operating systems. A long time ago i wrote a short article about Windows […]

Review: UltimateLaunch (today screen configuration tool) for Windows Mobile

It seems to me that everbody loves the multi-page homescreen of the Iphone nowadays, with all of the app shortcuts on it. And Android devices follow a very similar approach. Just a few weeks ago HTC announced the HTC Hero and introduced the new custom Android UI called HTC Sense, which gives the user even […]