Microsoft confirmed in a preview of Windows Mobile 6.5 that version 7 of the mobile OS will include multi-touch and’ll be targeted at the same high-end market as Apple's iPhone or most current Android phones. The company promises that multi-touch’ll be a core feature of Windows Mobile 7 and that many of the experiences of competing phones’ll be "knocked in the different realm" of Microsoft's new platform. The video shows off the redesign of the completed OS user interface and its Zune-esque look and feel, which hadn't been captured on video before. Seen for the first time’re Microsoft's new 24-bit menu icons for accessing all of the Windows Phone applications. The icons replace the standard folder view seen after pressing the Start button on the current version of the Windows Mobile OS. The Market Place for Windows Phone is also demonstrated. This’s the online software application repository for the Windows Phone, which’s much like Apple's Itunes App Store on the Iphone.