HTC's first Windows Phone 7 revealed in leaked roadmap

HTC's first  Windows Phone 7 revealed in leaked roadmap

HTC is planning to launch its first Windows Phone 7 handset in November, according to a leaked document that reveals a roadmap of handsets due to be launched in the UK this autumn.

The list, revealed by price comparison website Omio, includes a new Blackberry Curve, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8, the Samsung Cetus, which is expected to run on the Bada platform, and the HTC Gold, powered by the new Windows Phone 7 platform.

The handsets due to be released this month, according to the list, are the Nokia E5, which is a newer version of the E71 and E72; the Sony Ericsson W20, which appears to be a new Sony Walkman handset; and the Android powered Samsung i550.

Next month will see the launch of the Nokia X6 8GB and BlackBerry Curve 9300, with the launch of the Nokia X2 and Sony Ericsson Hazel following in September, according to the leaked roadmap.

In October, HTC will unveil the HTC Vision and the HTC Ace, Omio claim, while Sony Ericsson will launch the Xperia X8 and the Yendo. In the same month Nokia will launch the Nokia N8.

Finally, in November Omio says the HTC Gold, the Nokia E7 and the Samsung Cetus will be released.

Written by Mobile Today
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