Giz readers have confirmed that Microsoft's app store for 6.5 WinMo phones is already live and kicking, a day ahead of tomorrow's global roll-out Windows Mobile 6.5 Phones. Marketplace support for 6.x WinMo phones is expected before the end of the year. Got a WinMo 6.5 handset? Send us some pics of the Marketplace and…
Windows Mobile 6.5 rolls-out tomorrow, so expect to hear about a bunch of new handsets this week. Getting in early, AT&T has gotten official with its versions of HTC's TouchPro 2 (Tilt 2; shown left) and Touch Diamond2 (Pure).Meanwhile, four new browser phones are also hitting AT&T, and they're the first to come…
LG's smartphone roadmap includes three upcoming WinMo 6.5 handsets. It's being intentionally mysterious about a full touchscreen device, and a touch slider with QWERTY keyboard. But we do know the GW550 (pictured) will be a QWERTY bar-style model.
During an otherwise dry TechED conference panel about Windows Mobile 6.5 development, Senior Project Manager Loke Uei Tan made a surprising admission: 6.5's semi-vaunted new interface was severely rushed, and isn't even finished. UPDATED
Unlike some smartphones we know, phones running WinMo 6.5 will get a pretty amazing connected voice command interface, courtesy of Microsoft subsidiary TellMe.
Here's an interesting one-off about Windows Mobile 6.5. Microsoft has mandated that all phones running the OS feature a physical "Start" button.