In the past, Microsoft had large and content-rich booths, which offered information to both developers and users alike. This year, the area of the venue was the same – but it was made up of nothing but a small and relatively cheap WP7 pitch.

The idea: the faster phone wins:
 Microsofts booth at Mobile World Congress 2012

Here, a user pitches his non-WP7 against a WP7:
 Microsofts booth at Mobile World Congress 2012

Of course, the results were slanted a bit – here is the final tally showing Microsoft out of 300 Euros:
 Microsofts booth at Mobile World Congress 2012

More tomorrow – oh, and also a report from the Nokia booth (which also has Microsoft stuff)…


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