FlatPackPete, on 06 May 2012 - 06:21 PM, said:
I can imagine from a devs point of view it might be a pain in the arse but if intel / google do a good point intergrating it into the sdk then it may just be a point of just changing a flag during compilation. http://www.android-x86.info/
has got a bunch of info for the curious. The HTC HD7 is only £100? Can't find it on their site so must just be clearing stock.
You are right clearing stock IN STORE ONLY nothing on line. Windows Phone 7 has issues as you cannot add memory via SD card, even though some phones have SD card slots ?!! This unit ships with 8Gig only so you cannot upgrade. Folk who have tired report problems even with high end branded MicroSD cards. Not sure why Microsoft are shooting themselves in the foot. The release rate for patches and updates is really slow. Makes the G300 sound issue patch fiasco look fast! 9 months + for minor fixes to the camera. Also Microsoft have not confirmed these pre apollo phones will be upgradeable so the Mango units might be cul-de-sacs but for around £109 and the cheap unlocks via ebay (£1.50!!) then it might be a good buy for a solid bit of kits with a new OS.
- Windows Phone OS 7.5 Mango
- 1GHz processor
- 3.8 inch touch screen
- 5 megapixel camera
- F2.2 lens, LED flash, BSI sensor
- 720p HD video recording
More info here http://help.orange.c...personal/640739
there is a phone simulator link at the end (did not work in my browser - unless the simulator is pants like the phone
Edited by FrownBreaker, 06 May 2012 - 06:54 PM.