HTC Mozart WP7 Rom for T-Mobile Leaked
As we get closer to the official launch of WP7 devices leaks, hands on experiences are becoming more frequent. This time, XDA member Football brings us a new gift. The dev has found and shared a copy of what seems to be the T-Mobile rom for the HTC Mozart. Very little is known about the device at the moment, and needless to say, the rom is still intact as it was just posted on XDA.
Devs on this site have been carefully playing with WP7 roms and emulator images since day 1, but this is the first rom we have seen for a T-Mobile device. The only other carrier specific leak for a WP7 device was the one released by Football for Vodafone UK for the HTC Spark, so needless to say if you were still thinking that WP7 was still a far away dream, it is closer than you think.
You can find the leak in the original thread.
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