Microsoft Prepares for a Big Rollout of Windows Phone 7

Microsoft's first ad has been leaked and even though some spectators have wondered whether it was created by Microsoft or not due to it's low-budget grainy feel. Yes it was released from Microsoft and it is the first to come in a huge push to get people amped up for the upcoming release of Windows Phone 7.

Device manufacturers have the final software build in hand and Microsoft readies the big press machine. It is reporting that Microsoft will spend close to $500 million dollars on this campaign.

WP7 is on it's way and Microsoft PR machine is just getting cranked up.

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