Microsoft is reportedly getting ready to officially unveil the second batch of Windows Phone 7 devices this February at MWC 2011.
According to DigiTimes and some anonymous sources, one of the new WP7 handsets expected to be announced at MWC is the Asus E600 (which is pictured below and will likely be available in the US via AT&T).
MWC aside, it’s said that Microsoft also plans to launch a Chinese edition of Windows Phone 7 sometime in the second half of 2011 – this seems to be in line with the rumored Mango update that should bring support for Far Eastern languages.
Since China is the world’s largest mobile market, Microsoft probably hopes to sell millions of Windows Phone 7 devices there. We’ll see next year if it makes it or not.
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