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).
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):
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