WP7 First Forums Added – HD7, Focus, and Mozart
Shortly after the unveiling of WP7 in Europe, XDA has started taking steps towards the next generation of Windows Mobile devices. We have had a place for WP7 development and chat for a while now, but since we now know of a few devices that will be hitting the market soon, we decided to give them places for centralized development for each one individually. The three devices (HTC Mozart, HTC HD7, and Samsung Focus) already have some discussions around them regarding possible specs, pictures, and more. The most advanced one in terms of devs having stuff to work on is the Mozart, which has a couple of shipped roms, effectively giving devs the possibility to look at the final product (maybe not exactly final, but rather what the devices will ship with).
Interested? Want to join the fun before it begins? Come and share with us your thoughts, expectations, and maybe experiences with us.
HTC Mozart Forum
HTC HD7 Forum
Samsung Focus Forum
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