Engadget: HTC HD2 gets its very own Windows Phone 7 ROM (video)

While its original OS might be yesterday's news, the 4.3 inch HTC HD2 with 1GHz Snapdragon processor still has plenty of life in it thanks to the industrious efforts of the global development community. A new Windows Phone 7 ROM has just been released by DFT (Dark Forces Team) for your flashing pleasures.

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It just won't die: six year old HTC HD2 gets upgraded to Android Marshmallow

Way back in 2009, then fledgling smartphone maker HTC released the HTC HD2, a phone that seems positively quaint by modern standards.

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Windows Phone 8 devices will get Windows 10 upgrade, Microsoft reveals

Replying to a tweet from a curious consumer, the company revealed that all current devices running Windows Phone 8 will be bumped up to Windows 10 in the future.

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HTC HD2 proves itself a hacker's delight once again by running Windows RT

The Verge - It initially appeared that the HTC HD2 would have a short life — after all, the phone came to the US in March of 2010 with Windows Mobile 6.5 and was denied an official upgrade to Windows Phone 7 when the OS launched some six months later. However, the venerable device has gone on to receive an almost unprecedented amount of hacker support, as the device has been cracked to run Windows Phone 7 and 8 as well as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich — not to mention other, more peculiar options like Windows XP.

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