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Microsoft Reveals Limitations of Windows Phone Tango

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Mar 8, 2012, 12:02 PM

Not a good idea

IMHO, releasing something like this is a bad move for Microsoft, since it's going to introduce confusion about Windows Phone, a product that can hardly afford any more impediments to adoption. People are going to see these cheaper phones with Tango on them and buy them in the mistaken assumption that they have the full version of Windows Phone. Then they're going to find out that what they bought is a stripped-down version, and they're going to be rightly upset. They'll tell their friends and family not to go anywhere near a phone running Microsoft software because you never know what you'll get.

I realize that MS probably wants to compete with BREW, but this isn't the way to do it.
i think that this is a way of microsoft to give more options to phone makers wen they want to build a wp7 device, with the standard version there are too much restrictions.

Mar 8, 2012, 3:39 PM

256 MB not enough ?

256 Megabytes should be enough for those functions, if it isn't, that's a pretty inefficient mobile operating system.
The OS is pretty efficient. It was never designed for phones with less than 512 memory. The fact that they could actually get it to run on a phone with half the memory shows that it is very efficient. What users get with low end Tango phones is, a sli...
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