A Samsung device was among the array of new Windows Phone 7 Mango powered devices that Microsoft revealed at their annual worldwide partner conference on Tuesday, July 12.
While Samsung has previously released Windows Phone 7 powered devices like the 'Focus', this device was remarkably similar in form factor to Samsung's current Android flagship, the Galaxy S2.
Interestingly, the device had a front camera. Previously, no Windows Phone 7 device has had a front camera for video chat and this functionality has only been added recently.
In the past week or so, tech blogs including Engadget have been reporting a version of the Samsung Galaxy S2, SGH-i937 running Microsoft's OS. Could this be the same device?
Apart from the Samsung phone, Microsoft's line up also included usual suspects from Acer, ZTE and Fujitsu.
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