Features You'll Like on the Windows 8 Phone

Features You'll Like on the Windows 8 Phone

They've tried out the new Windows 8 phone at Cool Mom Tech and have some tips on features they think you'll like about it. Cool Mom Tech writes,

There's been a lot of chatter about the brand new Windows Phone 8, Microsoft's latest offering. It features a very sleek design and layout, including the new Windows 8 operating system, but still has to compete against a huge contingent of existing iOS and Android users, along with app marketplaces that are far bigger.

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