AT&T’s Windows Phone 7 line-up now fully revealed

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According to the BGR the Windows Phone 7 launch in USA will consist of 3 devices, one each from HTC, LG and Samsung.

We have understand from previous reports the launch will centre around AT&T, being the “Premier Carrier”, and with the handsets revealed at launch today we currently have a reasonable picture of what the November launch will look like.

The first handset is the HTC Schubert, HTC’s Windows phone 7 smartphone with an aluminium unibody, iPhone 3GS-type looks and a camera which is rumoured to have a Xenon flash.

The next handset is the LG C900, which features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

The last handset is the Samsung Cetus SGH i917, which features a 5 megapixel camera and also VGA front-facing camera.

Of course, due to the magic of  Windows Phone 7 minimum specs, we know all these handsets have minimum 1 Ghz processors and 5 megapixel cameras with flash, 3.5mm headphone jacks, hard camera buttons and good GPU’s.  That leaves the choice primarily down to style and form factor.

Which of these devices do our readers prefer? Vote in our poll below.

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