Samsung hinting at 4G Windows Phone 7 smartphone

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Samsung, who many would say are making some of the best smartphones around these days, have hinted to the Wall Street Journal that a 4G Windows Phone 7 phone may be announced at Mobile World Congress.

J.K. Shin, head of Samsung’s mobile division noted  "We are in a position to supply 4G smartphones and tablets to all of the U.S. carriers.”

Shin declined to provide many details on future product launches, only saying to wait for Mobile World Congress in February. But he hinted that Samsung would have more details on a dual-core processor, as well as a 4G version of Windows Phone 7.

The company is aiming to double smartphone sales in 2011 to 50 million handsets per year, and from various surveys sells the most popular Windows Phone 7 handsets, the Samsung Focus and Samsung Omnia 7.

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