XDA Poll: Windows Phone 7
After todays launch and public announcement of the new OS, do you think you will buy the phone? To find out we put together a quick poll to get your opinion, and you can vote here. Here is the post
As Windows Phone 7 was launched today we wanted to put up a poll based on general perception of the device. If you could buy one today, money not being an issue, would you? We want to see whether Windows phone 7 has been received well by the community.
Steve & XDA News Staff
If you could take a moment to vote it would be much appreciated. Also, feel free to share your opinion in the thread, no flaming please!
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