Designing an OS for a new mobile for any Mobile manufacturers is a challenging task since it covers a half responsibility of making the phone success in the market. The most awaited Windows Mobile 6.5 has come up with so many special features that are going to stun the fans by its user friendliness nature, good web browsing facilities etc.
The New Homescreen
Windows Mobile 6.5 has come up with the new homescreen even though its quite ironic still the mobile manufacturers are in the hope that the phone definitely creates a new trend in the minds of mobile users. The screen contains mainly the list of items which can be accessed by scrolling up and down. Chances of missing some apps since they need scrolling in left and right hand sides for their accessing. Features like setting the clock, creating email account and device password, customizing the wallpaper and ring tones as well, uploading music from the list all these can be tuned accordingly.
An interesting fact is that when an user enters the photo gallery, photos can be viewed in full screen by just touching it, just a tap on the music tab results in the play of media player. The clock operator logo on the screen is pleasing to look at; it also provides the information like current time and date.
Email tab displays an immediate alert soon after the message is received. Previous messages can be viewed by usual side sweeping process. Appointments for the day can be monitored with the help of Calendar tab. Once the setting is done, automatically the today screen gets displays.
Final tab is meant for web browsing. Start menu nothing but the Main Menu contains lots of shortcuts which are arranged in honeycomb fashion. No regrets in accessing those options since those are placed quite apart. The close button as usual appears on the right hand side of the screen.
Use of Internet Explorer
Zooming in and out of the screen can be done by just double tapping on the IE. Only flaw that can be noticed is that IE browser doesn’t rotate the pages automatically with the help of built-in accelerometer.