- 21st March 2010, 00:16 #1
3 Windows Phone 7 Series devices from Asus, LG and Samsung
In the MIX10 Event held recently, Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President, Windows Phone at Microsoft in his session- Changing our Game – an Introduction to Windows Phone 7 Series showed 3 Windows Phone 7 Series devices during the session.
At present these are the only 3 WP7S prototype devices. They are from Asus which was also used in his session for the demo, next is from LG which also has a slide-out keyboard and from Samsung. Here are some screenshots and the excerpt video taken from that session which shows these 3 WP7S devices.
WP7S device from LGSource : 3 Windows Phone 7 Series devices from Asus, LG and Samsung seen at MIX10
For other devices from Samsung and a short video clip displaying all these Windows Phone 7 Series devices , please continue at source -
- 21st March 2010, 21:25 #2
wow that's great! It seems that all big Mobile manufacturing companies are interested in Windows Phone 7 series. lets hope that we will get lot of device models to choose from.
Do anyone have any idea that the current WinMO 6.5 devices are upgradeable to Windows phone 7 series ?
- 23rd March 2010, 02:25 #3Gold Member
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Natasha Kwan, Microsoft’s General Manager for Mobile Communications Business in the Asia-Pacific market, has spoken, and Windows Mobile 6 owners are not going to like what they hear. When asked about the possiblity of a Windows Mobile 6 upgrade path, Kwan dropped this bomshell to tech blog APC: “Because we have very specific requirements for Windows Phone 7 Series the current phones we have right now will not be upgradable.” And that includes the HTC HD2. While the HD2 meets the extensive list of hardware component requirements, it fails to fulfill one superficial prerequisite: it has more than 3 dedicated buttons. Perhaps this is one of the first, albeit painful, steps in a better Windows mobile platform experience for all. However, we now know this for certain: if you want to run Windows Phone 7, you’re going to need some new hardware
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