It was only yesterday when Samsung unveiled the I8700 Omnia 7 and HTC its Windows Phone 7 lineup, but it seems carriers and retailers have already solid plans for a close launch. Three UK carriers - Orange, T-Mobile and Three - will launch the Omnia 7 on 21 October, while Amazon will sell unlocked versions of the HTC windowsphones in November.
Samsung Omnia 7 will be released in UK in less than two weeks. All three operators give the phone for free on two-year contract. The T-Mobile's and Three's tariffs are 35 pounds per month, while the Orange one is 40 pounds.
Amazon DE has listed the HTC HD7 for 600 euro (525 pounds), while Amazon UK is going to sell HTC Trophy for 430 pounds (495 euro). Pre-orders are not available at this time, but since the Trophy will be released this November, we guess you could wait a little bit.
We already told you everything about Windows Phone 7 and Samsung Omnia 7 in case you still need to make up your mind. You can find the full scoop of the yesterday's newly announced devices on our blog.
Windows Phone 7 launches on 21 October along with lots of smartphones. If you want to be one of the firsts to get a WP7 it's a good idea to start looking through some specs and prices right away.
Andoid is too fragmented. Windows Phone 7 has the same screen fluidity as an Iphone if not better, and also provides live updates to all major services like facebook and your emails. Blackeberry comes close. Facebook is actually integrated in the OS....
looks hot, especially the samsung. the htc stand thing looks fragile.
Os 7 is the best in mobile os. But it design is not attractive and stylish. Understand the customers taste, as me prefer straight line , please make thin and sharp edges mobile as lg bl40.