First HTC Windows Phone 7 handset passes the FCC

Looks like today is the Windows Phone 7 devices “certification and leak” day. After the Asus handset spotted in Pakistan, the Samsung Cetus FCC certification, here come the first Windows Phone 7 device from HTC passing the FCC test. Unfortunately there isn’t much info about it in the filling other than the fact that the model number is PD26100, has BT, Wifi n  and supports the GSM 850 / UMTS I/II bands. Could the be the device we saw a few days ago? HTC Mozart, Mondrian, Schubert, Gold? We can only guess. But remember that another mysterious HTC device hit the FCC back in March and is supposed to go live on Sept 15th. Interestingly HTC has an event scheduled on September 14th, but this will probably only be for Android phones. Stay tuned…

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Samsung Cetus SGH-i917 approved by the FCC and headed to AT&T

It didn’t take long after the for the FCC to approved the Samsung Cetus / SGH-i917 just one week after it was certified by the BT SIG. From the looks of it the Cetus seems to be a little rounder than the Galaxy S but apparently features the same 4″ screen. The phone is all bound to be released on AT&T which has already announced that it will be the premier Windows Phone 7 operator in the US. So which one looks more interesting to you: the Cetus, Asus or HTC ?

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Asus Windows Phone 7 handset spotted in the wild

What apparently looks like Asus‘s first commercial Windows Phone 7 handset has made an appearance on Twitter today. The full touch screen slab device seems to be made of brushed metal and features what looks like 2 capacitive touch buttons (or maybe the whole thing is clickable similar to the original HTC Diamond) and more conventional home button in the middle. There isn’t much else to say here other than this thing is roaming freely in Pakistan right now.

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