The image above is unfortunately just a Photoshop special, designed to sucker you in. But there is
evidence to suggest that a WP7
version of the overwhelmingly popular
Galaxy S II might be just around the corner. What type of evidence, you ask? The numerological type: if you take the Galaxy S II's model number, SGH-927, then add 10, you get "SGH-937." Now, a device bearing that name has just cropped up at the Bluetooth SIG
, and it's reported to have exactly the same Bluetooth characteristics as a Mango Windows Phone 7 handset. Finally, we add some corroboration in the form of an obscure list of WP7 phones at Occasional Gamer
, which also mentions the SHG-937. That leaves us just two possibilities: either WP7 is about be available on one of the best smartphones around
, or it isn't. Luckily, the occult rules of numerology state that you can pick whichever one you like.
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