Microsoft debuts Windows Phone 7 teaser ad (with video)

“Microsoft has posted its first teaser video advertisement for the upcoming Windows Phone 7,” Josh Ong reports for AppleInsider. “The one-minute ad, posted on the official Windows Phone UK YouTube channel, was created for a Secret Cinema showing of ‘Lawrence of Arabia,’ and spoofs the iconic mirage scene from the film.”

Ong reports, “Microsoft is expected to spend over $500 million on marketing [Windows Phone 7] at launch.”

Full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Way too little, way too late. Where’s cut, copy, and paste? Where’s the multitasking? Where’s the compass API? Where’s the VPN support? Where’s the unified inbox for email? Where’s the HTML5 support? What is this, 2007?

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63 Comments

  1. Hey Microsoft, how about fixing the problems with windows 7 OS on computers before moving the problem child to phones? Crappy software makes for crappy hardware………. Oh, and the commercial…….. not even CLOSE to stirring up any excitement. Except for us iPhone owners who need a laugh!!!!!

  2. Ok, this is marketing for very old people that watched Lawrence of Arabia or for an Arabian market share. Wasn’t the turd brown Zune marketed to the off road bikealists? Did they not learn anything?

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