HTC Windows Phone 7 handsets unveiled

HTC finally unveils 1GHz powered line-up

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HTC Windows 7 handsets unveiled
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HTC Windows 7 handsets unveiled

The wait is finally over, HTC has lifted the veil on it's Windows Phone 7 handsets.

Taiwanese phone manufacturer HTC has today unveiled five new handsets that will run the new Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system, aiming to corner all areas of the market in the process.

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Making up the family of Phone 7 powered HTC pocket blowers is the HTC 7 Surround, HTC 7 Trophy, HTC 7 Pro, HTC HD7 and the long rumoured and repeatedly leaked HTC 7 Mozart. Whilst each of these handsets has its own distinct characteristics and style, all will feature a 1GHz processor, 720p HD video recording capabilities and at least a 5-megapixel camera.

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Although the HTC 7 Surround will be a US exclusive device, the remaining four handsets will be available in the UK with the HTC 7 Mozart to be made available exclusively from network provider Orange whilst O2 snag exclusive rights to the HTC HD7 for a UK market and Vodafone take exclusive control of the HTC 7 Trophy.

Standing out amongst the crowd has to be the HTC HD7 offering a large 4.3" touchscreen and coming with Xbox Live. Whereas hoping to encrouch just a little further into the BlackBerry realm is the HTC 7 Pro with slide-out keyboard and business focused funcionality.

HTC's broadside of handsets has certainly made sure all the boxes are ticked but will you be swapping to Windows Phone 7 come release date? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter.