While Microsoft has confirmed that they will announce Windows Mobile 7 in the near future (many of us suspect that Mobile World Congress will be the place to do so), someone caught an image of the relatively old i-mate JASJAR running on what is tipped to be Windows Mobile 7, although there are no confirmations on whether this is an early build or the final, consumer-ready version. As for the specifications required to run Windows Mobile 7, there are many variations being bandied about the Internet at the moment – we prefer to wait until Microsoft issues an official statement.
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