While the iPhone OS and Android might be enjoying plenty of dominance in the mobile scene at the moment, let’s not forget that Microsoft is looking to come back strong with its Windows Phone 7 OS. Now reports are in that five Windows Phone 7 devices from HTC have been picked up by various wireless carriers. First up is the HTC Gold_W (with the “W” indicating it’s a CDMA + GSM world phone) headed for Sprint; the HTC Schubert headed to Telus; Mondrian for Telus and Rogers; The HTC Spark_W headed for Bell Mobility and Verizon; and the HTC Scorpio (Scorpion?) reaching Verizon and Bell. Details on these phones are still unclear, but we’re looking forward to see how Windows Phone 7 will be challenging the other mobile operating systems, and for that to happen, the hardware (i.e. phones) will need to be in place. Are you looking forward to Windows Phone 7?
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