WP 7 handsets broken down by carriers worldwide

Windows Phone 7 handsets broken down by carriers
Microsoft and its Windows Phone 7 partners unveiled their global portfolio, and it is quite the smorgasbord of handsets and continents. Windows Phone 7 devices will be available  from  mobile operators in Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and Australia. There will be more than 60 mobile operators in over 30 countries worldwide carrying WP7 handsets.

From the announcement:

"All Windows Phone 7 phones will include the high-performance Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm. A broad selection of phones will begin shipping in holiday 2010 with more arriving in 2011, including phones from Sprint and Verizon. In addition, select models will be available at Microsoft Store locations and from Amazon...

In addition to the titles already announced earlier this year, Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) today announced the first wave of EA games coming to Windows Phone 7 this fall. As part of Microsoft's managed portfolio of Xbox LIVE titles, all EA games for Windows Phone 7 will be Xbox LIVE-enabled. EA will deliver a portfolio of titles that offers something for every mobile gamer, from casual to core, including "Need for Speed™ Undercover," "Tetris®" and "The Sims™ 3."

The following devices are coming to North America, Europe and Asia Pacific in time for the holidays:

HTC Surround
Samsung Focus
LG Quantum

T-Mobile USA

• Dell Venue Pro

In Europe:


• HTC HD7, United Kingdom, Germany


HTC 7 Mozart, including France, United Kingdom
Samsung Omnia 7, including France, United Kingdom


HTC 7 Trophy, France
• Samsung Omnia 7, France


LG Optimus 7, Spain
• HTC HD7, Spain
• Samsung Omnia 7, Spain

Deutsche Telekom AG

• HTC 7 Mozart, Germany
• Samsung Omnia 7, Germany


• HTC 7 Trophy, including Germany, Spain, United Kingdom
• LG Optimus 7, including Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom

In Asia Pacific:


• HTC HD 7, Singapore
• LG Optimus 7, Singapore


• HTC 7 Mozart, Australia
LG Optimus 7Q, Australia


• HTC 7 Trophy, Australia

Quite the lineup, and it seems that there is something for everybody - from the music-centric, through the cameraphones, to the business-friendly QWERTY handsets. What do you think - did Microsoft cover all bases, or there is still something missing you expected to see come launch time?

source: Microsoft

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