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HTC Bee, Spark And Lexikon Smartphone Specifications Leaked

08/13/2010, Details of three upcoming HTC smartphones have surfaced, giving us the technical specifications of the HTC Bee, Lexikon and Spark. The first two will be powered by Android 2.2 Froyo, while the HTC Spark will be a Windows Phone 7 device. According to the...

New Samsung prototype runs on Windows Phone 7 spotted

08/13/2010, You can tell that it is going to rain when clouds start to gather and the skies turn dark. Well, the same can be said of smartphones, as we have had more and more Windows Phone 7 devices leaked in recent times, with the latest being this Samsung...

HTC Mondrian has identity crisis with leaked images

08/12/2010, We wish that manufacturers would just come up with a single name for their upcoming device to reduce the chances of any confusion, but that is not the case with the HTC Mondrian that is otherwise known as the HTC Mozart. Bearing the honor of being one of...

Samsung Cetus is Windows Phone 7 phone, approved by FCC

08/06/2010, The good people at the FCC have revealed that the Samsung Cetus, another Windows Phone 7-powered handset, has just been approved. Too bad there there aren’t any further images of the device, but we do know that it does come with 850/1900MHz 3G...

Windows Phone 7-powered device from Asus leaked

08/06/2010, No, what you see here isn’t a nuclear-powered device from Pakistan, but rather, is a leak of a Windows Phone 7 production device from Asus. This is pretty much different from what was spotted at the Mobile World Congress keynote earlier this year,...

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 touts killer speech-recognition software

08/03/2010, If there is a strength in the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system that is coming up real soon, then it lies in its voice control capability thanks to killer speech-recognition software – or at least that is what Microsoft claims. It seems...

Windows Phone 7 Coming To Europe In Oct, US In November

08/02/2010, Many folks out there are still wondering when Microsoft will decide to make Windows Phone 7 (WP7) available to everybody, and now Kevin Turner, Microsoft’s COO, has mentioned that the transition to WP7 is expected to begin in October across Europe,...

Samsung SGH-i917 will run on Windows Phone 7

07/30/2010, Another upcoming handset, the Samsung SGH-i917, will be one that will have Windows Phone 7 as the operating system of choice. We came across this piece of information thanks to a new Bluetooth certification, where the SGH-i917 will have the distinction of...

No Windows Phone 7 device from HP

07/25/2010, HP’s Executive VP Todd Bradley (as seen on the right) recently confirmed in an interview that the company will not offer any more smartphones in the future which runs on a Microsoft OS, as all future smartphones will use webOS instead. After all,...

Mystery HTC smartphone runs on Windows Phone 7

07/25/2010, Well well, what do we have here? A mysterious HTC device which will run on the Windows Phone 7 operating system – now that’s new. This candybar slate will feature a speedy 1GHz Snapdragon processor, coupled with a 3.7″ SLCD display as...

HTC Sense coming to Windows Phone 7 handsets

07/25/2010, Fans of the HTC Sense user interface will be pleased to know that the Sense UI will still make an appearance on Windows Phone 7 handsets, apart from being featured on Android-powered smartphones as well. While Sense will not be integrated fully into...

Windows Phone 7 seems to feature 6 hardware buttons

07/23/2010, There is a widespread belief that Windows Phone 7 will need 5 hardware buttons, but it seems as though a sixth one has sprouted overnight. The ones that we already know are the Start, Back, Search/Bing, camera and power buttons, alongside a volume (up and...

Microsoft Hints At Windows Phone 7 LG Pacific

07/22/2010, While we had previously caught a little glimpse of the Windows Phone 7 (WP7) partners, it has been confirmed that Asus, Dell, HTC, LG, and Samsung will be the first few to launch WP7 smartphones. While details of these phones weren’t mentioned by...

Bing The Only Search Option On Windows Phone 7

07/22/2010, This might not go down well with many folks, but word is out that Microsoft’s Bing will be the only default search engine on Windows Phone 7 devices. The reason behind it is apparently that the search engine is heavily integrated into the OS,...