By Legacy | April 1, 2008 12:43 PM
You’ve been reading lots of articles complaining about Windows Mobile lately. They say that it’s broken, too hard to use and not a good user experience. People expected Microsoft to fix that in Windows Mobile 7, and they may, but apparently they’ve also been working on a new, somewhat retro operating system.
Motorola, who’s been having troubles of their own in the mobile phone market, will be the first to release a phone based on the new operating system. It will use the same basic case as their popular Motorola Q9 series of phones.
At CTIA today, Motorola showed off the new phone. Here at pocketnow, we’re proud to have the first photo of the new Motorola D-Phone, running Microsoft’s latest operating system, DOS Mobile 1.0.