Bright Side of News found a video of the xpPhone, an upcoming smartphone that is build around AMD's ultra-mobile x86 processor and is able to run regular PC operating systems. In the video below you can see the xpPhone browsing the Internet and using Windows Live Messenger of its 3G connection.
We have been following the xpPhone for some time now. This is a new phone that is built around AMD's ultra-mobile x86 CPU. Because of this the xpPhone is able to run a stock OS such as Windows XP, Windows Vista [please don't, Ed.] or Windows 7. Absolutely no need to endure standard cell phone limitation of running an embedded or light mobile OS that many smart phones out there. In fact you can get more than just Windows XP on the xpPhone; once it is publicly available [sometime in first half of 2010] you will even be able to get Windows 7 on your xpPhone.