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Monday, 18 October 2010 09:25

HTC HD2 can run Windows Phone 7

Written by Nick Farell
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So much for Microsoft's rules
Microsoft's strict rules in regards to its new Windows 7 phone OS  have already been bent to allow 1GHz HTC HD2 to run the beast.

According to a video we spotted here it looks like the hack makes a mockery of Redmond's spec for the operating system. Microsoft insists that its gear runs on  minimum hardware requirements and one of the dafter ones is that it needs three buttons.

The HTC HD2 has the processing power and RAM, but it fails to have the three buttons. Nevertheless, it appears that the people playing with the OS have had no problems getting around Redmond's three button demand.

So far the HTC HD2 run both Android 2.2 Froyo and Windows Phone 7, is there nothing it can't do?

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