Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 7 Series’

With the team behind Windows Phone 7 jailbreaking app ChevronWP7 meeting Microsoft earlier this week, many wondered what the future would hold for the homebrew scene. Now though, developers Rafael Rivera, Chris Walsh, and Long Zheng have broken cover to help allay everyone’s fears, writes GeekSmack.

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Its official now. The sales figures of the new Windows Phone 7 platform is out! Microsoft has managed to sell over 1.5 million different handsets running Windows Phone 7 OS.

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The first user-friendly Windows Phone 7 jailbreak has been released. Its called ChevronWP7 and it has been developed by well known and respected Microsoft community enthusiasts Rafael Rivera, Long Zheng and Chris Walsh.

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Just a couple of days ago, we posted the news that developer Chris Walshie from Australia was successful in getting root access to Windows Phone 7. Today, he tweeted to inform us all that he now has registry and file-system access as well!

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It’s only been a few weeks since Microsoft’s completely overhauled Windows Phone 7 OS was launched around the world, and we are now hearing the first reports of WP7 being rooted and “jailbreaked”.

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Those of you who have been following us on Twitter and / or Facebook may already know that I recently got my hands on Samsung Omnia 7 which is powered by Microsoft Windows Phone 7. After spending 24 hours with it, I am absolutely in love with the fact how different it is than both iOS and Android. While the version 1.0 of Windows Phone 7 has its shares of annoyances like: no multitasking, no copy-paste, and the inability to manually assign IP addresses etc, but the new and different experience totally out numbered all the lows (which will be fixed with an OTA update anyway) for me.

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Developed by Phyar Studio, SeeSee is a photo / video management application for iPhone / iPod touch that is inspired by the Windows Phone 7 Metro theming system.

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Neowin has received information that Microsoft is set to launch a wide range of Windows Phone 7 devices on October 21 in UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain (US 21st Oct release date is not confirmed yet).

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Full specification sheet, along with real life pictures of HTC HD7 / HD3 has been leaked into the wild. For those of you who don’t know, HTC HD7 / HD3 is a Windows Phone 7 device and is the highly anticipated successor to last year’s HTC HD2 (a Windows Mobile 6.5.x Phone).

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Brandon Miniman of Pocket Now has posted a very interesting video in which he compares the operating / homescreening system of Windows Phone 7 against iPhone 4 running iOS 4.x. Both have certain similarities along with places where WP7 and iOS completely take separate paths.

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The Real HTC HD7 Revealed !

By | September 22nd, 2010

Folks at WMPoweruser have unearthed a schematic image of HTC’s enthusiastically anticipated HD7 (release date confirmed with price). HTC HD7 is the true successor of the Windows Mobile 6.5-based HD2. It is expected to have internals similar to the recently announced Desire HD which includes a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 786MB of RAM, an eyegasm-inducing 4.3” screen along with an 8MP camera(w/ flash).

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HTC announced earlier that they have plans for launching a Windows Phone 7 handset but they never mentioned or revealed any price, specs or estimated release date for the said device. But now, a leaked inventory document of German cellular network O2 has revealed an upcoming Windows Phone 7 device by HTC, dubbed as the “HD7” which is likely going to be successor of the much popular Windows Mobile handset HTC HD2.

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