The blog Occasional Gamer, by Elbert Perez (who makes a ton of games for Windows Phone), has listed the stats of devices running his games. Like the app "Dude, where is my update?", we can gain some insight into unreleased and upcoming devices for Windows Phone--or at the every least, get an idea of some of the things being tested.
The chart above shows a few of the devices that caught our eye from Occasional Gamer and we'll try to break 'em down for you:
- HTC Mazaa: reported as a Sprint HTC Trophy, some of us actually believe is this is the finalized Verizon device instead. Reason? With 98 devices running Perez's games, that seems more like a device in tester hands, ready to be rolled out rather than in development--and we know the Verizon Trophy is out in the field, being tested. And we find it odd that a Sprint Trophy would be in more hands at this point than a Verizon version.
- Samsung GT-I8703: We still don't know what this phone is--possible variant of the Focus Omnia 7
- HTC-MWP6885: likewise, we saw this earlier too and still have no info on this device ID
- DELL Advist: this is new and may one of the reported Dell devices from the leaked roadmap back in February
- HTC MSM7x30: clearly this is HTC testing out Qualcomm's latest chipset (see Engadget), which was just approved for the Windows Phone 7 chassis specs. Good to know that this will becoming probably in the fall
- HTC-PC40200: reported by the FCC as a CDMA Trophy--possibly for Sprint or just an earlier, pre-production model still floating around
See anyting we missed? Hit us up in comments. Have any insight as to these device's real IDs? Likewise!
Source: Occasional Gamer