The Samsung Galaxy S II might have pledged its allegiance to the Android cause at the moment, but what happens when the unexpected comes about? We are talking about rumors of Windows Phone 7 running on the Galaxy S II. Yes sir, this might just be the successor to the Samsung Focus, where a listing in the Bluetooth SIG database for the Samsung SGH-i937 has been uncovered, whereby said phone shares similar characteristics to that of the Mango Bluetooth SIG stack. Using the powers of deduction, that translates to a highly likely Windows Phone 7 device which ought to arrive on AT&T.
But what about the theory that the Galaxy S II is being converted for Windows Phone 7 use? Well, since the Focus was known as the SGH-i917, with AT&T’s actual Galaxy S II carrying the model number SGH-i927, put two and two together and you get such an equation.
What do you think? Are there flaws in such a line of thinking, or is it a very real possibility? We guess only time will be able to tell, but for now, Windows Phone 7 fans have something to get excited about.
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