Screens of the next-gen Windows Mobile 7 have been leaked all over the web, showing the futuristic Microsoft OS in all its glory. With Windows Mobile 6.5 only just out of the blocks, it’s surprising to see such huge changes so quickly, but the tweaked version already looks better.
Take a close look at these new Windows 7 mobile screens and you’ll notice one major thing’s missing: the Start button isn’t there. Perhaps this is Microsoft finally admitting that its raft of drill down menus just doesn’t suit the world of easy to use mobile UIs.
The Outlook app in Windows Mobile 7 has been given a radical overhaul, while the on screen keyboard looks more than a little like something you’d find on and Android-packing blower.
There’s no official word on when Windows Mobile 7 will land. But if you were thinking about getting something packing Windows Mobile 6.5, you might want to ease your wallet back into your pocket.