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Lock screen

Lock screen

Onscreen dialpad

Honeycomb Start menu

Start screen

Start screen

Internet Explorer Mobile

Windows Mobile 6.5 provides a new Lock screen that shows you important information, such as upcoming appointments and new messages, at a glance.
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Missed calls, voicemail, and new messages will be displayed on the Lock screen. To check them, just touch and slide the icon to the right to go directly to those applications.
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An example of the onscreen dialpad. With Windows Mobile 6.5, any photos associated with your contacts will now show up right next to their name in your address book.
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Windows Mobile 6.5 was designed to be more finger-friendly and includes a new Start menu. The honeycomb format was used to allow more spacing between the icons and to reduce the chances of mispresses.
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Another view of the honeycomb Start screen. With touch-screen devices, you'll be able to move up and down the page with finger swipes.
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You'll also be able to move and rearrange icons on the Start screen.
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The new Internet Explorer Mobile features a sliding scale to help you zoom in and out of pages. There's also a breadcrumb feature to help you determine where you are on a page.
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