This looks like a good deal $99 including the Microsoft Program which alone costs $99 :
It won’t come as much of a surprise to most people that I like Windows Phone 7 and with 7.5 (Mango de Mango en) it’s gotten better (on the whole.) In fact, as I’ve shown it to some of my nearest and dearest they have gone out and gotten themselves a Windows Phone 7.
Now Nokia have finally announced their Windows Phone 7 devices so there’s another player in the market and hopefully one that will give HTC a run for their money. In fact, if Nokia decide to let me have one of their devices to test (as advertised on Facebook) I shall be dropping my Android Based Motorola Milestone 2 like a hot brick. I will miss the keyboard of the inchpebble but I’m starting to miss it now as the quality of the keyboard in the „2“ has not proven to be as high as that in the original Milestone. While the „p“ key quite often doesn’t „p“, the space key quite often bounces leaving me with not only an extra space to remove but also the automatic full stop and then having to put in a space back in again.
If you’re listening, Nokia, <BigBambyEyes>Please</BigBambyEyes> 😉