AT&T will be one of the first carriers out of the gate with phones running the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system—Windows Phone 7.5, also known by the codename “Mango”.
The nation’s second-largest wireless carrier announced that the Samsung Focus S, the HTC Titan, and the Samsung Focus Flash will all be available in the fourth quarter and that all its existing Windows Phone 7 handsets will be upgradeable to the newest version of the operating system as well.
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As far as specs go, the Samsung Focus S features a 4.3-inch screen, 1.4GHz processor, 4G connection and front- and rear-facing cameras. The HTC Titan (pictured above) will sport a big 4.7-inch screen along with a 1.5GHz processor and an 8-megapixel camera (the European version has two cameras, so I’m guessing AT&T left info about the front-facing camera out of the press release for some reason). Finally, the Samsung Focus Flash will be AT&T’s value offering with a 3.7-inch screen, 1.4GHz processor and front- and rear-facing cameras. No word on pricing for any of these phones yet.
We’ll likely hear more about the Windows Phone platform this week during Microsoft’s “Build” conference. Check back for additional coverage as the conference gets fully underway starting tomorrow.