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Unreleased Windows Phones from Samsung, Acer and others shown off by Microsoft on video

Article by on Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Microsoft showed several new Windows Phone “Mango” devices during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference presentation yesterday.

The mobile phones were handled very briefly so the audience could get a quick look at them adding confidence to MS’s continued development of the mobile OS WP7.

Acer’s first Windows Phone was the first device to be displayed, followed by a pink robust and waterproof mobile phone from Fujitsu.

ZTE, a massively emerging brand int he UK also had it’s first WP7 device on stage, but unfortunately it was overshadowed by a Galaxy S II-like device from Samsung running Windows Phone Mango.

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Check out the Video for more info.

Link – BGR

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