Windows Mobile 6.5 phones dated October 6th release

Windows Mobile 6.5 phones

Microsoft has just announced an October 6th release of could be the first batch of “Windows Phones” (not to be called Windows Mobile 6.5 anymore). Hit on the continue link below for the official list of carriers and manufacturers to first offer the handsets.

Here is the official list of carriers and manufacturers that are going to offer Windows Phones to their subscribers:

  • In North America: Mobile operators AT&T, Bell Mobility, Sprint, TELUS and Verizon Wireless, and phone manufacturers HP, HTC Corp., LG Electronics, Samsung and Toshiba Corp.
  • In Europe: Mobile operators Orange, Deutsche Telekom AG and Vodafone Group Plc, and phone manufacturers Acer, HTC, LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Toshiba
  • In Latin America: Mobile operator TIM Brazil, and phone manufacturers HTC, LG Electronics and Samsung
  • In Asia Pacific: Mobile operators NTT DoCoMo Inc., SoftBank Mobile Corp., SK Telecom, Telstra and WILLCOM Inc., and phone manufacturers Acer Inc., HTC, LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Toshiba

Along with this official release date is Microsoft’s commitment for new customer’s experiences and browsing capabilities. They will be also focusing to their own version of App Store the Windows Marketplace for Mobile, an online back-up service with Microsoft My Phone and Office Mobile.

AT&T subscribers using Wi-Fi enabled WinMo smartphones and unlimited/other qualifying data plans will be enjoying an unlimited access to AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots nationwide, this was informed by the company via Engadget.

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