Samsung is expected to launch a Windows Phone 7 version of its Galaxy S II handset alongside the upcoming Phone 7 Mango update
Samsung is expected to launch a Windows Phone 7 rendition of its market leading Samsung Galaxy S II handset, new reports have suggested.
Having today announced that the Android 2.3, Gingerbread, powered Samsung Galaxy S II handset has notched up a company record 3 million unit sales in just 55 days, reports have emerged the Korean tech giant plans to launch a Windows Phone 7 version of the powerful handset to coincide with the arrival of the operating system’s upcoming Mango software update.
The reports have surfaced after a new Samsung handset, dubbed the Samsung SGH-i937 turned up on the Bluetooth SIG, sparking rumours Samsung had a replacement for its first WP7 handset, the Samsung Omnia 7, in the works.
The Samsung Galaxy S II has been the highest selling smartphone in the UK for the past two months toppling Apple’s iPhone 4 thanks to a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p video recording credentials and a super slim form factor.
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