One common misconception about Windows Mobile platform is that it lacks gaming abilities. You might want to reconsider this after you watch this video of PlayStation emulator (FPSECE) running some PlayStation titles like Tekken 3 and others on HTC HD2.
If you’re a die hard Windows Mobile fan and feel left out that why only iPhone and Android (soon) users gets all the glory of having their life in the cloud, then there’s good news for you all. The official Dropbox Client for Windows Phones (Windows Mobile 6.5.x, not Windows Phone 7) is now in the works.
Wow! this is big! We all knew this was going to happen at some point, but not as soon as this. Apparently, some Russian folks have managed to port a “real” working ROM of Windows Phone 7 on the most popular Windows Mobile device – the HTC HD2. Tom Codon of HTCPedia has posted screenshots which shows off the device running an early build of Windows Phone OS 7.0.
HTC HD2 was a big success in the masses, majorly due to it’s multimedia features and it’s huge screen which provided the user with a rich multimedia experience, but unfortunately, it won’t get the Windows Phone 7 Series upgrade due to the strict hardware requirements of three buttons on the phone: Back, Windows and Search. The grail doesn’t end here, HTC’s CEO Peter Chou hinted on a phone which might probably be an HD3, and would hit the shelves in the end of this year – that’s exactly an year after HD2 shipped.
The most hyped and anticipated smartphone device has finally landed on the American land on T-Mobile for purchase, the HTC HD2. Get ready to be a part of a large 3G network, kicking off with a phone packed with loads of features and goodies.
Just stumbled upon these concept images of HTC HD3 and thought I should share it with you all. This one, unlike any previous leaks that we have seen looks closer to what could be the real deal come this fall, when Windows Phone 7 Series devices will finally roll out to the masses.
Few days back, we told you about a Windows Phone 7 Series “Metro UI” theme for Windows Mobile devices which was in works at XDA. This theme was in very early stages of development and had lots of bugs. If you weren't impressed by that ambitious project, you need to check this one out!
Jaxbot at XDA-Developers forums is working hard on a Windows Phone 7 Series theme to bring the Metro UI over to Windows Mobile 6.5.x (aka Windows Phone Starter) based devices. The said UI is still in very early stages of development, and has some bugs as can be expected but it promises a lot. Here is how it currently looks like running on a HTC HD2.
The official Windows Phone account on twitter has just posted some info about the possible Windows Phone OS 7.0 upgrade for HTC HD2. This is what they are saying at the moment.
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer unveiled the next generation of Windows phones called the Windows Phone 7 Series in his keynote address at the Mobile World Congress 2010. These phones are going to feature Zune like UI with full Xbox LIVE integration for rich end-user experience.