HTC HD2 Running WP7 & Android On One SD Card?

Nowadays, the job to find that perfect phone has been made harder than ever. With so many to choose from each packing a listful of specifications including operating systems, carriers, colors, prices, its difficult to know where to start. By if you’re a fan of the HTC smartphone and particularly of the HD2 then some interesting news is coming your way today.

The 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen displayed phone is a device not to be dismissed. It comes with 1GHz processor, 512MB ROM, 448MB RAM, accessibility to the internet, 5 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, social networking integration and so on. But its the combining of the operating system we wanted to talk to you about. The implementation of Windows Phone 7 and Android on the HTC HD2 as pocketnow.com reported has always been a decision for users. What OS should be chosen over the other? Now it seems with the benefit of having a dual-boot solution, this may take the pressure of making that choice. Engadget have spoken of a way via xda-developers to install both onto your handset whilst using one SD card.

Before any of this can be made possible, you will need a SD card adapter/reader, partition software, and two microSD cards of different GB. To find out the full instructions on how to do this click here. As pocketnow.com clearly stated, to carry anything like this out on your device, does come with its risks, so to follow the tuition guide carefully.

What are your thoughts on this? Is this something you would consider chancing?