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Microsoft Announces Windows Phone 7

With mobile carriers and smartphone manufacturers in tow, Microsoft took to the stage at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Spain to unveil its latest smartphone operating system: Windows Mobile 7. Included in this image gallery are photos of the many devices that were announced simultaneously with the launch of Windows Mobile 7 as well as many images of the operating system's new features in action.
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