New Samsung Windows Phone 7 Device Snapped


Another day, another leaked WP7 phone over twitter. This time it's a Samsung device, and its square edges show that it's definitely not the Cetus, nor the standard dev unit that went to developers. Its square edges and sleek lines make it look like it fell directly out of 2001: A Space Odyssey, which I can definitely dig. Most likely running an AMOLED screen, there's not a lot … [Read more...]

More Details Gleaned For HTC and Samsung Windows Phone 7 Devices


We're still at the stage where we know next to nothing about what devices will run WP7, what they can do, or what they'll be called. Luckily, we're surrounded by internet detectives who are more than happy to go pouring through website source codes and FCC submission documents in order to find out as much as they can. We recently got wind of the Samsung Cetus, and now we … [Read more...]

Meet The Samsung Cetus


Samsung's first entry into the world of Windows Phone 7 has been revealed via Bluetooth certification. Technically named the SGH-i917, Samsung has decided to call it Cetus, after the constellation/sea monster. In case you were wondering, it's pronounced like Setus, not Ketus — unless you're going back to the original Greek. What do we know about the phone? Here's what the … [Read more...]

Microsoft Confirms Launch Partners For WP7


While talking to Pocket-Lint, Microsoft has officially stated which companies will be their partners for the launch of Windows Phone 7. While they're still not confirming when they'll launch (it'll happen in the "holidays"), you can expect handsets from Dell, Asus, LG, HTC, and Samsung. Samsung was already known to be a launch partner, because they produced the developer … [Read more...]

Windows Phone 7 spotted on Samsung prototype


Windows Phone 7 seems to be showing up on a host of devices, none of which seem to be ready for primetime, at least yet. The latest sighting is Windows Phone 7 spotted on a Samsung prototype. The phone isn't more than a versioned Omnia i8910, but we did get a glimse of Twin Blades, a game by Press Star Studio. The game was completed in one week by one programmer and uses 90 … [Read more...]