Win 7: Experience Windows 7 on Nokia 5800 XpressMusicFiled Under Nokia 5800 Applications
If iXP was impressive with its looks and feel of XP on Nokia 5800, how about having Windows 7 on 5800s sound like? Unbelievable, ain’t it. Windows 7 the latest OS from the benches of Microsoft, which is yet to see the ray of light is already the most talked about OS in the web today.
The developer folks at MMMOOO seem to have realised the potential of this promising OS from Microsoft and being pro-active as they are have released Win 7, a Windows 7 emulator for symbian devices. While we are still waiting to get our hands on the final version of Windows 7 for our desktops and notebooks, we are glad to see the familiar interface on our Tube 5800s. Screenshots and other Win 7 tidbits after the break.
Well, you can see for yourselves from the above screenshots that the developers have done an amazing job at re-creating the Windows 7 like visualisation on the high resolution screen of 5800. We just love the cool wallpaper and the calendar and clock in the widgetized sidebar. Not only is it visually appealing, the speed of response is top league. Very rarely do we encounter an emulator with such speed and visualisation capability. However, like iXP from MMMOOO Win 7 is not a complete emulator for obvious reasons.
- Direct access to the target apps with the navigation key via Start menu.
- At the time you operate in any apps, Win7 remains active.
- Fresh, friendly, and familiar appearance.
- 6 different wallpapers being selected. Dress your screen as simple as you do on PC.
- Analogue clock and calendar at sidebar.
What we Like?
- The speed just blows our mind away
- Cool wallpaper and sidebar gadgets
What we Hate?
- Works only in landscape mode
MMMOOO have never failed to impress us with their line up of emulators and themes. While their MyPhone continues to be the best selling symbian fifth edition application, their line up of emulators is growing by the day and they are getting better with each release, Win 7 is one of their latest creations and while it may not be as complete an emulator as MyPhone is, its definitely worth a download for its awe-inspiring speed of response and eye-candy visualisation.