2Windows CE Variant
3Windows Mobile 2003
Windows Mobile 2003 featured Bluetooth support, a tweaked PocketInternet Explorer (later Internet Explorer Mobile), and more multimediafunctions such as games and a picture viewer. Microsoft later issued aWindows Mobile 2003 Second Edition with added features such as theability to flip between portrait- and landscape-oriented screens.
4Windows Mobile 5.0
With Windows Mobile 5.0, Microsoft attempted to create a moreuser-friendly browser, streamlined Contacts interface and ActiveSync,and updated Excel, Word and PowerPoint Mobile. Microsoft also touted theplatform’s supposedly enhanced security and “persistent storage,” whichpreserved data even in the event of battery-power loss.
5Windows Mobile 6.0
6Windows Mobile 6.5
7Windows Office Outlook Mobile
8Windows Marketplace for Mobile
12Windows Phone 7
Although Microsoft is aiming Windows Phone 7 at the consumermarket, its Office Hub (and SharePoint integration) is also designed toappeal to business audiences.