If you've been following all the excitement surrounding the launch of Windows Phone 7 Series at MWC 2010, you're probably well informed of all the details to date. So far we've seen strict hardware requirements for Microsoft partners, specific form factors, and high-end specifications that will most-likely label all WP7S devices as superphones.
At the MWC launch, the phone that became the icon of WP7S was a phone designed by Taiwanese company, ASUS. Just a few weeks ago, we were afforded a brief glimpse of a Chassis 2 style device designed by LG (thought to be the first WP7S device that will hit the market this holiday season), via The Engadget Show.
Today at MIX 10, Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President of Windows Phone Program Management, demoed the aforementioned phones and threw in a little surprise - a Samsung WP7S phone that we've not seen before. Aside from the general specs required by Microsoft, we don't really know much more about any of these phones, but you can see the SlashGear video here.
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