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    Article: An HTC Android that boots Windows Phone? Microsoft wants it to hap

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    I hope to see a dual boot HTC one. I'd buy it even if it was expensive, had a 5 inch screen and extremely poor battery life....dont ask why.

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    Why?
    Actually, I'd love to have a dual boot anything smartphone. And I'm sure so would most Android users itching to try WP. It would be an eye-opener.

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    Once its done I'd expect it'd be ported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTW View Post
    I hope to see a dual boot HTC one. I'd buy it even if it was expensive, had a 5 inch screen and extremely poor battery life....dont ask why.

    After reading your post 5 times. I came to the conclusion that I you buy that too, but only in one condition; it the display was 5.5" in the HTC One body with boom sound.
    ..........SHAKE N BAKE..........

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    Geez...

    I'm going to wait till Microsoft starts paying people to use it's platform...

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    One thing that I always wanted to see out of the smartphone market was dual boot ability, and the ability to put whatever OS you wanted on your device.

    Basically be able to buy the hardware, and then purchase the OS seperately and load it onto the device.

    Wishful thinking but would be bad-***.

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