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Microsoft set launch Windows Mobile Phone 6.5 on Oct 6, 2009

Windows phones are on the way and will be launched tomorrow i.e. Oct. 6, 2009. Leading mobile operators and phone manufacturers worldwide are all set to introduce a range of sleek new Windows phones. The new phones will feature Windows Mobile 6.5, the latest version of Microsoft's mobile phone software, and certainly it will deliver new customer experiences through an improved, touch friendly user interface, enhanced browsing capabilities and access to valuable services, including Windows Marketplace for Mobile and Microsoft My Phone.

Microsoft Corp. has stated that Windows phones will be widely available at the chain of their retail stores globally on Oct. 6, 2009. This launch makes Microsoft a strong contender to give tough competition to Google and Apple.

Windows phones will come up with two new powerful mobile services so that the information, contacts and applications customers want are always handy.

An extensive variety of approved and certified applications will be available for direct download to Windows phones from Windows Marketplace for Mobile, It will come with an easy return policy  which will give confidence to  customers  for buying the same.

The free My Phone service admits the users to automatically back up and sync photos, music, contacts information and text messages from their phone to the Web, making it easy to access and manage them from their phone or PC or restore the information in the event of a lost phone. Not only this but also it offers an easy navigation to social networking sites like twitter, Facebook and my space.

Windows phones are created with an objective to give consumer an exclusive device that works for their complete life, keeping them linked to the people and information they care most about by harnessing the power of the PC, phone and Web.

In Asia Pacific, mobile operators, SOFTBANK Mobile Corp., NTT DOCOMO Inc., SK Telecom, Telstra and WILLCOM Inc., and phone manufacturers Acer Inc., HTC, LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Toshiba are complete with their initial workings and equipped to introduce an array of sleek windows mobile phones.