Windows Phone 7 Series on HTC Touch Diamond

source – engadget.com/ By Joseph L. Flatley

If there’s any better argument for rigid spec requirements for Windows Phone 7 Series hardware, it’s this video of an HTC Touch Diamond running the OS at an especially syrupy pace. Indeed, the lag is so severe that it could very well be some trickery in the form of a RDP client running on a 7 Series emulator, which is in turn running on a PC — which, now that we think of it, is a pretty good possibility. Whichever way they achieved this feat, it’s certainly not a recipe for a viable handset. But we do know that these sort of “ports” are only going to increase as time goes on. See for yourself after the break.

[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]

Update: Sure enough, the author of the video has fessed up that this is an RDP hack job — in other words, it has absolutely zero bearing on how WinPho 7 would actually perform in some post-apocalyptic future where it’s been successfully ported to the Touch Diamond (that being said, we certainly wouldn’t be surprised if the herky-jerky action ends up being just about accurate).

2 observations on “Windows Phone 7 Series on HTC Touch Diamond
  1. Jhonny

    must /i say: this is BS…

    the diamon has specs enough to run possibli more advanced oses than wp7… read froyo. please thi sis not an informative video, this is bandwidth waste

  2. just me

    look ma! no wires!

    ?I can do some rdp wireless stuff on my phone largely more impressive than thois. so please. go learn some code and try to port wp7 to some msm72xx phones instead of causing buzz


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