Windows Phone 7, hit or miss?

Is this really Microsoft's best attempt a new earth shattering mobile phone OS? While the new release appears to represent a huge advance from Microsoft's last attempt at a smartphone OS, Windows Phone 7 is certainly not the ground breaking beast they had hoped to release on Monday. Missing basic Windows like features such as copy and past and Flash by default in the browser.

Missing basic smartphone features and incorporate others that have been around for years

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