Yet another HTC Spark leak in the wild

Yet another HTC Spark leak in the wild

What could probably have been mistaken as the HTC Mondrian could very well be the HTC Spark, a spanking new Windows Phone 7 handset that is set to land on our shores in the near future. It seems that HTC Hub is ready and raring to go, but otherwise nothing much else has been divulged. Are you looking forward to what Windows Phone 7 has to offer, or would you rather stick to tried and tested platforms as with the iOS and Android operating systems? Gotta hand it over to HTC for making sure their “investments”are placed in different baskets – after all, they do have a rather strong interest on the Android platform at the moment, so it is nice to see them hedge their bets, so to speak, on Windows Phone 7 as well.

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