First AT&T Windows Phone 7 adverts emerge

Microsoft accidently published two new Windows Phone 7 adverts this weekend.

The original videos have since been removed from the software giants YouTube channel but the folks at Wmpoweruser were able to re-upload them for all to see. Both adverts feature the HTC Mondrian on the AT&T network.

Both adverts focus on the theme of Windows Phone 7 showing end users "the stuff you need". The commercials are based on real life scenarios where phone users are so engrossed in their phone that they forget their surroundings. Both are comic and can be seen below.

Microsoft has still not officially confirmed when Windows Phone 7 devices will be available in stores. Microsoft recently released the final build of Windows Phone 7 to manufacturing and claimed the company is "ready". Terry Myerson, Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Windows Phone engineering said the company is just getting started. "This has been one of the most incredible product development efforts I’ve ever been a part of" said Myerson. Microsoft workers celebrated the RTM news with an iPhone and BlackBerry funeral at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond.

The software giant also demonstrated its support for Twitter and YouTube on Windows Phone 7, features that were absent in preview versions of the OS. Microsoft also announced that Zune services are going international for Windows Phone 7 launch. The company will hold an open house event in New York City on October 11 where company officials are expected to detail worldwide launch plans.

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