Microsoft launches OneApp application for feature phones

Microsoft is announcing the launch of a new software framework aimed at featurephones called OneApp.

Microsoft OneApp is a new software application that enables feature phones—commonly found in emerging markets—to access mobile apps like Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live Messenger, and other popular apps and games. Now, people around the world who own feature phones will be able to do more and enjoy a better mobile experience with their existing phones. Microsoft OneApp will be offered initially through partners in emerging markets worldwide.

The OneApp application memory footprint is only 150k and is currently supported on the following phones:

Nokia: 3555, 5320, 6300, 6500, 6600, E50, E51, E63, E65, E66, E71, N70, N72, N73, N78, N80, N81, N82, N85, N95, N96
Samsung: U900 Soul
Sony Ericsson: C510, C902, C905, G705,K610i, K800i, K805i, T650i, W200i, W580i, W595, W660i, W980

An SDK will be available within the next year.

Source: Microsoft OneApp