By Anton D. Nagy | September 10, 2010 1:02 AM
We’re sure you remember the mysterious ASUS Windows Phone 7 device we posted about being spotted allegedly in Pakistan at the beginning of August and appeared to have a front-facing camera (or perhaps a light sensor) with a nice brushed metal finish to the button panel.
That certain device is the star of a 12 minute long video walkthrough of Windows Phone 7 and since we’ve seen so many of those and with our own video demo series featuring Windows Phone 7, there’s pretty much nothing new except for the ASUS device it’s being used to present it. With no more clues to the hardware than we’ve seen before, we need to at least accept the fact, as a confirmation, that the device exists, in the same form it was spotted allegedly in Pakistan. Whether it will ever hit the markets and who will get it is yet unknown as unknown are the specs, but we have a pretty good hunch knowing the system requirements Microsoft has imposed for Windows Phone 7.