No storage cards or multitasking for Windows Phone 7

Thanks to an article over on news.softpedia.com as we have now more information on what not to expect from Windows Phone 7.

The recently unveiled mobile operating system from Microsoft perhaps isn’t going to be as great as perhaps we all first thought.

After seeing the first demonstration it would seem that there are a number of limitations that users can sadly be expected to come face to face with including the lack of multitasking when it comes to third party applications.

Other features that apparently will not be included that there is no file system, no USB drive mode, no replacement of default applications, no third party shells, no peer to peer gaming also Marketplace is the only way of installing apps apart from developers, beta versions and also enterprise. Not looking that great for those that enjoy their freedom.

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