Microsoft’s finally ready to take the wraps off Windows Mobile 6, the long-awaited successor to Windows Mobile 5 (what else?) that’s been baking in the oven for a while now as “Crossbow.” The platform formerly known as Pocket PC Phone Edition has become Windows Mobile 6 “Professional,” while its more pocketable little brother, the Smartphone, has become “Standard” and plain ol’ Pocket PCs are “Classic.”
See Engadget for the feature list.
Nothing, alas, is turning me on about it. Not yet. I want Windows Mobile to properly perform to my expectations which, I think, are not too unreasonable. Just make it faster and more reliable in terms of speed, and I’ll be delighted, I really will.
I shall PROBABLY go and buy another Windows Mobile device to see what it’s like. This time I’m going to be a bit more careful though, after getting burnt with the MDA Pro.