Microsoft has made the official announcement that they will be launching not one but ten Windows Phone 7. Sixty cellphone operators in 30 countries will offer them.
The company has delivered its promise after only 8 months since the unveiling of their new Windows Phone 7 (WP7) operating system in Barcelona. Dell, HTC, LG and Samsung will sell WP7 handsets.
Microsoft have partnered up with the world’s biggest carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile USA, Vodafone, TELUS, America Movil, O2, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telstra, and Singtel to help them launch WP7 smartphones.
Windows Phone 7 handsets will launch simultaneously on October 21 at select Asian and European countries. The US will have to wait for the release date on November 8 to get their WP7 handsets.
Here is the list of the 10 Windows Phone 7 that will soon be available in over 30 countries:
- HTC 7 Surround: The 3.8-inch phone for AT&T and Telus
- HTC HD7: codenamed Schubert is a 4.3-inch HD2 cousin for T-Mobile and others
- HTC 7 Trophy : the 3.8-inch Spark headed to international carriers
- HTC 7 Mozart : headed for Europe and Asia with 3.7-inch display
- Dell Venue Pro : 4.1-inch portrait QWERTY slider for T-Mobile
- Samsung Focus : AT&T’s 4-inch Super AMOLED handset
- Samsung Omnia 7: the E900 is the official 3.8-inch global workhorse
- LG Quantum : AT&T’s 3.5-inch landscape slider first seen as the C900
- HTC 7 Pro: a 3.6-inch QWERTY phone for Sprint
- LG Optimus 7: boasts its one-touch DLNA feature