Windows Phone 7 handset gallery: Focus, Omnia 7, HD7, and more – Cell Phones & Mobile Device Technology News & Updates

Samsung Focus

Samsung Focus

We’ve already posted hands-on coverage of the HTC HD7, HTC Surround, and LG Quantum Windows Phone 7 phones but that’s not all we saw at the launch day yesterday.

Other products on hand included the Samsung Omnia 7, HTC Mozart, HTC 7 Pro, Samsung Focus, and more. Not all of them were launch phones and not everything available was slated to hit the US market, but we thought you still might want to take a peak. The gallery focuses on the LG and Samsung phones (sorry Dell fans) and then there are videos below of the HTC devices.

Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Omnia 7 back
Omnia 7 back


Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Focus
Samsung Omnia 7
Samsung Omnia 7


Samsung Omnia 7
Samsung Omnia 7
Samsung Omnia 7
Samsung Omnia 7
LG Quantum
LG Quantum
LG Quantum
LG Quantum


LG Optimus 7
LG Optimus 7
LG Quantum
LG Quantum


First up is the HTC Surround:

HTC 7 Pro hands-on:

HTC Mozart (not available in US):

Curious which phone goes to each carrier?

AT&T will have the Samsung Focus, HTC Surround, and LG Quantum at launch.

T-Mobile will be getting the HTC HD7 sometime in November, but probably not for launch. They will also get the Dell Venue Pro.

Sprint and Verizon are waiting until 2011 to ship WP7 phones. So far we know Sprint will carry the HTC 7 Pro.

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10 years as a NetWork Administrator in the Virginia Beach, Virginia Area. 11 years in the San Diego, California area. Went back to Manila Philippines to relax and rest away from the rat race. View all posts by rayrr

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