Microsoft's Windows Mobile was known for coming appearing on devices from several different manufacturers and, when it's released, Windows Phone 7 will be no different. Microsoft's own Greg Sullivan, senior product manager for the company, confirmed to Pocket-lint that WP7 devices from Dell, Asus, LG, HTC, and Samsung will be hitting when the OS finally launches. Sullivan wouldn't give up any release information beyond the vague "holidays" window. He did mention a device called the LG Pacific, but refused to talk about the device further.
The Windows Phone 7 news has been steadily flowing lately and, now that we know the manufacturers, we can begin dreaming up all of the possible WP7 handsets that we'll be seeing later this year. It's pretty disappointing that we still don't have a solid release date, but I'm sure that once we get closer to the holiday season, we'll hear more from Microsoft on the situation. Until then, we'll have to drool over device leaks like the one seen above from Engadget.