Windows Phone 7 is now being pushed by Microsoft at full throttle and as such, they have just shown off a slew new WP7 devices that will be hitting the consumer shelves in the near future.
HTC is delivering several new devices starting with the 7 Surround which has a 3.8in screen with a slideout speaker that will land on AT&T and Telus. This device has a WVGA screen, 1GHz Snapdragon, 576 MB of RAM, a 5 MP shooter and 720P video. It will also support Dolby Mobile and SRS surround technologies.
The HD7 which comes with a 4.3in screen and will be landing on T-Mobile. This device will come with 720P video, WVGA (800x480), 1GHz Qualcomm system on a chip, 576 MB of RAM, dual LED flash and 16 GB of built in storage.
The 7 Trophy is a 3.8in device that will be headed to multiple international carriers and the 7 Mozart that will have a 3.7in screen and will be played to many carriers around the world. Both deivces will have WVCGA LCD screens, 1GHz Qualcomm MSM 8250 chipset, 576MB of RAM, and 8GB of built in storage. The Mozart will have an aluminum body and an 8 megapixel camera and Xenon flash while the Trophy will have a 5 megapixel camera and an LED flash.
Also annoucned is the 7 Pro which will be a 3.6in device with a QWERTY slider that will land on Sprint this Spring. This device will have a slide out and tilting keyboard and sports the classic 1GHz Snapdragon, 576 MB of RAM, 5 MP shooter, 720P video, a WVGA display and 16GB of built in storage.
Dell is not missing out on the fun either and is showing off their new Venue Pro which has a 4.1in screen with a QWERTY slide out that will land on T-Mobile. This device will have an AMOLED screen, portrait slide out keyboard, 5MP camera, Gorilla Glass, 3.5mm headphone jack; further specs are expected to be relased later today.
Samsung is releasing the Focus and Omnia that will both have a 4in Super AMOLED screen that will land on AT&T (Focus) and the Omnia will be a similiar device but for the international markets. The focus will sport a 4in WVGA Super AMOLED screen, 5MP shooter, MicroSD expansion slot (good for up to 16 GB). The Omnia will have a Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon processor, 5MP camera, and your choice of either 8 or 16GB of built in storage.
LG is also releasing the Optimus 7 which is a 3.8in world device and the Quantum is AT&T's 3.5in device that has a landscape slider. The LG devices have not had their offical specs posted yet, it would be expected that they will show up later today.