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Join Date: Nov 2005
Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld platform comes to Motorola ES400
At an event organized by Motorola for the release of its new phone ES400, Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, announced the release of a new system intended for mobile devices called Windows Embedded Handheld.
Based on Windows Mobile 6.5, Embedded Handeld has been specially designed for business needs - especially in terms of security - and should be installed on devices targeted at professionals. The first of its kind is the Motorola ES400 which features a 3 inch screen and full keyboard. Windows Embedded Handheld can be completely customized by the OEM distributors in order to stick to the requirements of a society.
Remember that Windows 7 Phone target for consumer smartphones while Windows Embedded Compact 7 is intended to share electronic devices such as game consoles and digital camera bodies. But Microsoft said that in 2011 a new version of Windows Embedded Handheld will be based on Windows Embedded Compact 7 to provide a better user experience with particular support multicast.