HTC HD2 confirmed to receive Windows Mobile 7 update?

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HTC HD2 confirmed to receive Windows Mobile 7 update?
Windows Mobile phones may be overshadowed by other platforms right now, but Windows Mobile 7 may hopefully change the tide for Microsoft. Through HTC’s Twitter account from Russia, its being stated that the only current HTC handset available to run WM 7 is the HTC HD2. Other HTC devices like the Diamond2 got shot down because it does not meet Microsoft’s hardware requirements for WM 7. So far it hints that it is more than capable of getting WM 7 – no confirmation whether or not we will actually see an update available down the road. If there’s one Windows Mobile smartphone that can give other platforms a run for their money, it definitely has to be the HD2. With WM 7 still a while from becoming a reality, those owning the venerable smartphone can rest knowing they’ll possibly be getting the update down the road – let’s hope.

HTC HD2 Specifications | Review

source: Twitter via pocketnow

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3 Comments

2. gambino37

Posts: 146; Member since: Oct 16, 2009

Ha Ha Ha. Good luck with windows 7. Still waiting on 6.5 for Touch Pro 2!!!

3. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

That's becuase you are waiting fro vzw's 6 month testing period before launch. Go to XDA forums and seach for NFSFAN. You will not be dissappointed. You could probably get 6.5.1, but it voids your warranty, so don't do it if you aren't 100% sure of what you are doing.

1. *HOVA*

Posts: 564; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

This is a phone I'm excited to see come out. Pretty impressive on paper...

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