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I wonder if the hardware is the same?
I don't really know why you would do that, but then I don't know why people do a lot of things. Like buy a One with Windows.
I think this product was born out of one too many nights closing down the Azteca on 148th, a Windows Phone product manager had a few too many Patron's and bumped into a HTC product manager who had Also drank a little too much Patron, and a few months later here we go.
I, for one, am so happy Apple is in California.
Aside from the OS, of course.