Microsoft Zune Phone In the Works

1 February 2007 by axxxr
Word has it that Microsoft has started work on a Zune phone and its almost 100% confirmed that its coming.

This is whats known.It will be a smartphone that works homogeneously with the Zune marketplace. It will most likely not, however, run Windows Mobile. Rather itíll make use of an interface similar to the current Zune, an interface that I consider among the best available on audio players I' sure it can transition to a phone easily.

It is said that it will be able to sync with the Xbox 360 and stream video from the system to the phone via a wireless data connection.The other detail that seems certain at this point is that the device will, if things go as planned, be available for the Ď07 holiday season, which seems like a decent time line.

With the Apple iPhone set to be available in europe around the same time and the Microsoft Zune Phone near December,this year is gearing up to be highly prolific for the mobile phone industry. source:crunchgear

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On 2 Feb 21:03 TheMaxxx wrote
Perhaps they can exceed the
success of the zune...
On 2 Feb 19:08 ZooBiz wrote
@ DoctorMantis...

Better than an Apple phone lmao!!
On 2 Feb 16:38 DoctorMantis wrote
Good thing it's not running Windows. Who would want a Blue Screen of Death on their phone?
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On 2 Feb 12:07 Maggflodd wrote
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On 2 Feb 08:55 Nick wrote
Looks good, but i agree with Hameed, also what about a Nokia Stove top
On 2 Feb 08:14 Ranjith wrote
SE....we r still waiting......UNLEASH YOUR KILLER -PHONE!!!!!!!
On 2 Feb 00:59 Hameed wrote
They also seem to be going the iPhone way.It appears everybody now does everything.what next,the Dell washing machine or the HP microwave oven...

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