By Anton D. Nagy | February 21, 2011 5:59 AM
Microsoft seems to have a thing with Mobile World Congress as all big news related to Windows Phone 7 gets announced in Barcelona. At last year‘s show, Steve Ballmer announced Windows Phone 7 at the Microsoft Keynote, a new platform, built from scratch, a game changer if you will. One year later and approximately 4 months after the platform launch Steve Ballmer announced great features to be added to Windows Phone 7 later this year: Copy/Paste is already upcoming; there will be Twitter integration in the People Hub, task switching and a brand new mobile version of IE9 with HTML5 support to offer a desktop-like Internet experience.
Last week we’ve talked to Casey McGee, Senior Marketing Manager for Windows Phone 7 at Microsoft and we asked various questions related to the platform, its launch, features (actual and upcoming), plans, lacks, services, personal experiences and so on. Windows Phone 7 enjoyed a successful launch with over 90% of positive feedback from users and the new strategic alliance between Nokia and Microsoft is here to improve an ecosystem which will continue to drive and add value. Watch the video below in its entirety and let us know of your thoughts!