By Brandon Miniman | June 29, 2010 3:43 PM
We’re still a bit more than three months away from the release of Windows Phone 7, which we first heard about in February at MWC 2010. A lot has changed in these past four months in the smartphone industry: Android is stronger than ever with a new release (Froyo) already being deployed to certain devices, not to mention a fat pipeline of devices waiting in the wings (Droid X, Droid 2, Samsung Galaxy S on all carriers, etc): the iPhone 4 has been released with compelling new hardware (Retina display, front-facing camera, etc) and software that can finally multitask; and RIM continues to evolve BlackBerry with new hardware and a new version of the operating system planned for the coming months. The smartphone landscape has changed, but Windows Phone 7 hasn’t: it’s still the product we saw back at MWC, for better or for worse. That begs the question: what is your perception of Windows Phone 7 today? Are you stoked (still)? Or, now with more great smartphone options than ever before, are you no longer impressed? Vote, and drop a comment!