And another build of Windows Mobile 6.5 ...

Oh, why not. While Malatesta and I might have bemoaned in this week's podcast the number of Windows Mobile 6.5 builds floating around in the wild — and remember that we're not really expecting any of these to be among the first updates — that doesn't mean they're not fun to look at.

And so we bring you Windows Mobile 6.5 Build 23036 [RedmondPie via XDA], just a couple of steps up from the the last one we saw. The Start menu and other buttons are still on the bottom but are looking more and more refined. But the bigger change is in the onscreen keyboard. We haven't used it yet, but at first glance we're a little worried about the size of the keys. (And note that Build 23037 is out, too, with some bugfixes.)

More pics after the break.

Phil Nickinson

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