Windows Phone 7 devices launching on October 21 with over 2000 applications on launch day

According to UK carrier 3, the Samsung Omnia 7 is scheduled to launch on October 21st (and packs a 4″ Super-AMOLED display) with a Marketplace filled with 2000 applications. We obviously won’t hear anything official until Monday’s announcement but the Oct 21 date has been hinted at several times in the past few weeks. Get your wallets ready.

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Another Samsung Omnia 7 aka Samsung GT-i8700 hands-on video

Apparently another video of the Samsung Omnia 7 aka Samsung GT-i8700 was uploaded to YouTube last night. This one is 13 Minutes long and features a French user located in Casablanca (Morocco) messing around with Samsung latest and greatest Windows Phone 7device. You will also see the rather small Samsung Hub (which contains Weather, News and Stocks tabs) in action similar to what we saw in the previous video that was taken down. The device is apparently headed to the French carrier SFR (Vodafone). Video after the break:

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Samsung Omnia 7 aka Samsung i8700 shows up in video

Here’s a shaky video of the Samsung Omnia 7 aka Samsung GT-i8700 Windows Phone 7 handset that is about to launch in the coming weeks. According to the poster (who is obviously lockated in Italy unlike like the previous one which was in Fance)the device sports a Super-AMOLED display. The 5Mp camera supposedly captures smooth HD video and the device packs a 1500Mha battery (and 8Gb of internal flash). You will also get a quick glimpse at what looks like Samsung’s meteo application. Check it out after the break:

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Samsung announces official support for Windows Phone 7

This shouldn’t come as a surprise given all the Windows Phone 7 Samsung handsets we have seen roaming freely and especially the fact that the Samsung Taylor (seen above) is one of the prototype handset used to develop the OS. Today Samsung is officially announcing its support for Microsoft’s new mobile platform and the launch of several Windows Phone 7 devices in Europe, US and Asia this year. Full press release after the break:

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Samsung GT-i8700 and Toshiba TG03 officially certified

The hotly anticipated Samsung GT-i8700 Windows Phone7 handset has just passed the GCF certification today. This device seems to be one of the most WP7 phone out of all the other we have seen leaked lately. Ironically, somebody how had the chance to use it told me that it definitely inst his favorite especially because of the ugly plastic backside that looks completely out of place compared to the front.

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More Samsung i8700 pictures: Sized-up against the Samsung Wave

The same person who shot the blurry Samsung i8700 video also posted a couple of blurry pictures too. You will see the GT-i8700 device compared to the Samsung Wave and frontal shot of the i8700 alone. Not much is said other that the usual stuff we already knew. The device is running an internal Windows Phone 7MS ROM (which has access to the “test” Marketplace) as seen in the video earlier. More pictures after the break:

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Samsung i8700 Windows Phone 7 handset shows up in blurry video

The Blurry cam is back and this time it is shooting the Samsung i8700 (Samsung Focus?) Windows Phone 7 handset. Unfortunately the video quality is really poor so you won’t see much other that the UI and OS running smoothly on the device. Hit the break to watch the whole thing:

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Samsung i8700 Windows Phone 7 device in the wild again

The mysterious Windows Phone 7 Samsung GT-i8700 device we saw a few weeks ago has just made another appearance today in the form of to pictures. Other than that there isn’t much information. Check out the second picture after the break:

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New Samsung Windows Phone 7 device out in the wild

Looks like the Samsung Cetus isn’t the only Windows Phone 7 the Korean company is planning to launch this fall. A new handset has been spotted on Twitter a few minutes ago. The design looks kinda weird if you ask me and those sharp edges could be deadly IMO ;) . The screen looks like it’s a Super AMOLED panel thought.

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