Right now Microsoft is holding the Windows Phone 7 launch press-conference in New York, but they already released the official press-release announcing the Windows Phone 7 line-up.
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Windows Phone 7 will be available in a variety of sleek form factors from device-makers such as Dell, HTC Corp., LG and Samsung, and from mobile operators including América Móvil, AT&T, Deutsche Telekom AG, Movistar, O2, Orange, SFR, SingTel, Telstra, TELUS, T-Mobile USA and Vodafone. All Windows Phone 7 phones will include the high-performance Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm.
A broad selection of phones will begin shipping in holiday 2010 with more arriving in 2011, including phones from Sprint and Verizon Wireless. In addition, select models will be available at Microsoft Store locations and from Amazon.
Nine Windows Phone 7 devices will be available at launch in the United States.
AT&T will offer the HTC Surround, Samsung Focus and the LG Quantum. T-Mobile USA will have the HTC HD7 and the Dell Venue Pro. What the other four Windows Phone 7 phones are is not yet clear.
Europeans will get additionally the HTC Mozart, HTC Trophy and Omnia 7.