Motorola still considering building Windows Phone handsets in the future

Even tough both companies are currently fighting in court, Motorola is still open to use Windows Phone if the market sees a need for it according to it’s CEO:

“I think we’re completely open to the notion of Windows as a platform,” Jha said in an appearance at the Oppenheimer Technology & Communications Conference. “Clearly, all of our focus today is on Android.”

Motorola will evaluate the Windows Phone platform to see if it finally turns into a valuable ecosystem later this year once the Mango update is launched and Nokia starts shipping its first Windows Phone handsets the SeaRay. This is not the first time that Moto’s CEO Sanjay Jha states that his company is still looking closely at Microsoft’s fresh mobile OS.

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Nokia SeaRay spotted on AT&T network

Some eagle eyed folks have spotted the Nokia SeaRay being used on AT&T’s network via the DSLReport speed test results. This is far from being a shocker given that there are probably quite a few SeaRay handsets currently being used and tested worldwide prior to its upcoming launch this fall. The good news though is that if you are an AT&T users that you can now most probably expect it under you Christmas tree this year.

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Qualcomm Adreno 205 vs Adreno 220 / HTC Sensation vs HTC Flyer, HTC Desire HD and Samsung Galaxy S

Here’s s quick compilation of benchmark results comparing the Qualcomm Adreno 205 GPU vs Adreno 220 GPU found in the HTC Sensation (as part of the MSM8260 SoC). The are several things to note here: First, the Adreno 205 found in the HTC Flyer and HTC Desire HD are most probably not clocked at the same speed (The MSM8255 is clocked at 1Ghz in the Desire HD compared to1.5Ghz in the HTC Flyer). Secondly, THe screen resolution are different on each handsets:

- HTC Desire HD: 800X480
- Samsung Galaxy S: 800×480
- HTC Sensation: 960×540
- HTC Flyer: 1024×600

Thirdly, the driver versions are obviously not the same on all devices so you shouldn’t take those results as granted, they are just an indication of how these GPUs stack up against each other in synthetic benchmarks. The now famous and awesome PowerVR SGX540 is also included in the mix. Check the results after the break:

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