Saturday, June 12, 2010
Posted by Nurhisham Hussein in "Windows Phone News" @ 01:00 AM
When I first plunged into the world of Windows Mobile, it was with an iPaq 2210 PDA running WM2003. Apart from a slightly washed out screen and limited onboard storage (a measly 4MB), that was a great little device. One of the better things about it relative to devices running WM5 onwards was that a soft reset took under 30 secs - this was back when WM devices couldn't be switched off, only suspended. Contrast that with my current phone, which takes more than a couple of minutes to load up fully (inclusive of startup porgrams). And now we've come full circle, with the hardware specs and software optimisation finally catching up to OS demands and design constraints - Windows Phone 7 booting up in 30 secs. Enjoy!