UniFi CSR6026/CSR6028 Chip exists for Windows Mobile 7

Cambridge Silicon Radio specializes in chips for mobile devices (merged with SiRF), announced the UniFi CSR6026/CSR6028, a single-chip solution to deliver WiFi 802.11n support in mobile embedded devices such as smartphones. The most noteworthy of its specifications is a mention of “Windows Mobile 7” in list of supported OSs, on top of “Windows Mobile 6.x, Windows CE 6.1 and […]

Cambridge Silicon Radio specializes in chips for mobile devices (merged with SiRF), announced the UniFi CSR6026/CSR6028, a single-chip solution to deliver WiFi 802.11n support in mobile embedded devices such as smartphones. The most noteworthy of its specifications is a mention of “Windows Mobile 7” in list of supported OSs, on top of “Windows Mobile 6.x, Windows CE 6.1 and 5, Linux v2.6, Android”. Whic means either CSR engineers’re in possession of an operational time machine or that the kernel or hardware interface layer of Windows Mobile 7’ve already been finalized. A student newspaper at University of Waterloo,  interviewed Naheed Hirji, worked at Microsoft during winter break on Windows Mobile 7; confirms WM7 is to be released in 2010 and reveals “the aim of Windows Mobile 7 is to be a hybrid between business and consumer oriented phones”, reported