Windows Phone 7 Shown on HTC Leo (video)
XDA member darkmurder points us to a video where we can see clearly an HTC Leo booting Microsoft’s new operating system,Windows Phone 7. You can doubt the veracity of the video but when we know that XDA member Cotulla speaks of it on his Twitter account, we come to think that this video was made by him, and if so, Leo will become the very first device capable of running three operating systems with fluidity!
Imagine deciding to boot between WM, Android and WP7 for your Friday morning? That could be just awesome and will return even more it´s value to Leo.
Originally posted by darkmurder
WP7 on HD2
Real or fake? You decide!
Originally posted by CotullaTwitter
okay… wanna news? yes, they shocked even myself. Look video This is just demo
You can see the full clip in the video thread.
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