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Job ad suggests Xbox Live headed for WinMo phones

A job listing posted by Microsoft seeks a principle program manager who can "bring Xbox Live-enabled games to Windows Mobile."

I'm surprised it's taken this long, to be honest. Microsoft's posted a job offer, seeking a principle program manager, who can "bring Xbox Live-enabled games to Windows Mobile."

Based at their Redmond headquarters, the right person for the job will "focus specifically on what makes gaming experiences 'Live enabled' through aspects such as avatar integration, social interactions, and multiscreen experiences."

I imagine to do all that, they'll be needing some top-notch Windows Mobile handsets, and really the Snapdragon-powered HTC HD2 is the only device on the market so far capable of doing it. Not that it at all resembles a device targeted at Xbox gamers. Give me a Zune phone any day of the week.

(Microsoft via Engadget and Kotaku)

This story originally appeared on Gizmodo.