Samsung’s first Windows Phone 7 Series handset shows up

Until now, Microsoft showed only two Windows Phone 7 Series devices, one made by Asus and one made by LG (possibly called LG Panther). Well, today a Samsung WP7 handset has also been showcased, during MIX10 – where Microsoft unveiled Windows Phone Marketplace and other details on its new mobile platform.

The Samsung Windows Phone 7 Series handset looks a lot like the Samsung Omnia HD i8910 (which runs Symbian) and it reportedly has a very bright display, as well as a “terrific camera”.

The display is probably a Super AMOLED one, while the camera could be similar to the one of the Omnia HD (8MP with autofocus and HD video recording).

Samsung Windows Phone 7 Series device 2

Samsung Windows Phone 7 Series device

We don’t know when Samsung plans to launch this Windows Phone 7 handset, but it will most probably not happen before the end of 2010.

Until then, here’s a short video showing all three WP7 devices (from Asus, LG and Samsung):

Via SlashGear, WindowsPhoneForums

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • emiliob

    OMGG FINALLY A DECENT OPERATING SYSTEM ON MY LOVELY PHONE :D:D:D:D

    omg i cant actually believe they still have symbian on this phone, what a waste of such a powerful handset.

  • emiliob

    OMGG FINALLY A DECENT OPERATING SYSTEM ON MY LOVELY PHONE :D:D:D:D

    omg i cant actually believe they still have symbian on this phone, what a waste of such a powerful handset.