Windows Mobile 7 Running Zune Software and Sport Tegra Chip, Confirmed for MWC?

Seems like it, according to Gizmodo. The Gizmodo writer says that his old editor who works at MuyComputer.com (someone he trusts), has divulged that the Zune-like Windows Mobile 7 phone(s) will 100% confirmed be launched at MWC.

Another thing he has confirmed is that it will sport the NVIDIA Tegra (monster chipset FYI) and have a 480 x 272 touchscreen, HDMI video out, and weigh just 2.46 ounces (for comparison, an iPhone 3GS weighs 4.76 with a similar net pixel count screen).

Curiouser and curiouser.

0 thoughts on “Windows Mobile 7 Running Zune Software and Sport Tegra Chip, Confirmed for MWC?”

  1. Glad to hear it… This should really help Google, HTC & Motorolla step their game up when it comes to Android hardware & UI…

    Hope W7 makes it worth it to have a Dual Boot phone… But I doubt it…

  2. Its going to be great and better than android and iphone for sure! “cross my fingers”

    If you going to talk trash to my reply, dont you ever! use, touch or look at a micrsoft product again!

  3. Not trash talking your reply here sir Peter, but I personally don’t use Microsoft Products (apart from of course at work where Microsoft is almost always present). I personally like Mac better and Android is purdy swell itself.

  4. @Peter
    To say “If you going to talk trash to my reply, dont you ever! use, touch or look at a micrsoft product again!” is a bit extreme.

    I use M$ software on a daily basis, in fact it’s pretty hard to find someone who doesn’t. They totally have the monopoly on personal computer software, not only the OS.

    I don’t have an issue with Microsoft’s Windows 7, and XP served me well, but using Windows mobile for the past 6 years has been a painful experience.

    Now I have a few Android handsets, everything seems to work with minimal effort. Open source software is most definitely the way forward with mobile handsets. As soon as offices start using openoffice instead of M$ Office as standard, the world would be a better place.

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