As announced a bit earlier, AT&T will launch three Windows Phone 7 handsets in the US: HTC Surround, Samsung Focus, and LG Quantum.
All devices come with WVGA capacitive touchscreen displays, 5MP cameras, 1GHz processors, and the AT&T U-verse Mobile app, which lets “users download and watch hit shows on their smartphone.”
Available at AT&T starting November 8, the Samsung Focus (previously seen as Samsung Cetus) is a 9.9mm thin touch-only handset that features a 4-inch Super AMOLED display. It will be available for $199.99 on contract.
Next, the HTC Surround is the T8788 first seen back in August. It’s “the first smartphone to include integrated Dolby Mobile and SRS surround sound speakers” (the slide-out speakers are made by Yamaha), also coming with 16GB of internal memory. The HTC Surround will be out “in time for the holidays” for $199.99 on contract.
Also available “in time for the holidays”, the LG Quantum (aka LG C900) offers a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and DLNA technology. Like the other two Windows Phone 7 handsets, the LG Quantum will cost $199.99 on contract.
You can find out more on these devices here at AT&T’s Windows Phone 7 webpage.
Via Press release
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