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Microsoft, AT&T Unveil Windows 7 Phones

York – Microsoft and AT&T unveiled a portfolio of smartphones based on the
Windows Phone 7 operating system.

unveiling was done at a press conference that is still taking place, here.

The smartphones from HTC, LG and Samsung will reportedly be
available exclusively for AT&T customers ahead of the holiday shopping

Each of the three smartphones  feature a capacitive glass touchscreen,
5-megapixel camera and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, but they are designed to
appeal to different types of customers.

The new Windows Phones for AT&T customers:

Surround features integrated Dolby Mobile and SRS surround sound
speakers. The speakers slide out and reveal a kickstand for watching video
beneath its 3.8-inch touchscreen. It’s designed to blur the line between home
and mobile entertainment.

Quantum has a slide-out keyboard for use of Office Mobile. It also
features DLNA technology through a preloaded application called Play To, which
allows users to wirelessly stream videos, music, and pictures from the phone to
a DLNA-enabled TV, stereo, Windows 7 PC and other consumer electronics devices

The Samsung
Focus is described as AT&T’s thinnest Windows Phone and offers a
Super AMOLED screen on a 9.9 mm-thin touchscreen phone.

All three Windows Phones from AT&T will be available in
AT&T company-owned retails stores and online at

for $199.
The Samsung Focus will be available on Nov. 8 and the
HTC Surround and LG Quantum will be available in time for the holidays.


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