In total, Microsoft unveiled a portfolio of 9 different phones built around WVGA displays (480 x 800 pixels) from its 4 handset hardware manufacturers: Dell, HTC, LG and Samsung. They’ll run across more than 60 mobile operators — including América Móvil, AT&T, Deutsche Telekom AG, Movistar, O2, Orange, SFR, SingTel, Telstra, TELUS, T-Mobile USA and Vodafone — in more than 30 countries when they arrive in parts of Europe and Asia on October 21st and the U.S. on November 8.
|Windows Phone 7 handsets announced Monday, as listed in order below from left to right|
Dell Venue Pro (United States)
HTC HD7 (United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain)
HTC 7 Mozart (France, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia)
HTC 7 Surround (United States)
HTC 7 Trophy (France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Australia)
LG Optimus 7 (Canada, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Singapore, Australia)
LG Quantum (United States)
Samsung Focus (United States)
Samsung OMNIA 7 (France, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany)
One feature that won’t be present in Windows Phone 7 devices at launch is Copy & Paste, which Microsoft promises as part of a software update in early 2011.