Previously, it was made widely known that the venerable smartphone would not be receiving any Windows Phone 7 treatment since it basically didn't meet Microsoft's stringent standards for their next generation mobile platform.
However, we see today a video from ROM hacker Cotulla that depicts the handset going through a boot up process and into Windows Phone 7. But unfortunately, it doesn't clearly show the actual platform being used at all, so it's hard to gauge if it is even usable at this point. Still, it does give current handset owners some hope that the impossible is indeed possible, but if it isn't, then they can always resort to Android.
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