Microsoft has announced the arrival of nine new Windows Phone 7 WP7 handsets, due to hit stores around the world just in time for the holiday season.
More than 60 mobile carriers in 30 countries will offer a range of WP7 devices to eager customers around the globe.
The first handsets are expected to arrive in some European markets on October 21. Consumers in the US will have to wait until November 8 to get their hands on a WP7 device.
The list of mobile carriers and WP7 device prices (if announced) for North America, Europe and Asia Pacific are:
In North America:
HTC Surround, United States - $199.99 on 24-month plan
Samsung Focus, United States - $199.99 on 24-month plan
LG Quantum, United States - $199.99 on 24-month plan
HTC HD7, United States - N/A
Dell Venue Pro, United States - N/A
HTC 7 Surround, Canada - N/A
LG Optimus 7, Canada - N/A
LG Optimus 7, Mexico - N/A
HTC HD7, United Kingdom, Germany - £0 on 24-month plan or £379 (€435) on "Pay & Go"
HTC 7 Mozart, including France, United Kingdom - £0 on 24-month plan
Samsung OMNIA 7, including France, United Kingdom - £0 on 24-month plan
HTC 7 Trophy, France - €99,90 (with a €98,90 rebate) on a 24-month plan
Samsung OMNIA 7, France - €149,90 (with a €100 rebate) on a 24-month plan
LG Optimus 7, Spain - N/A
HTC HD7, Spain - N/A
Samsung OMNIA 7, Spain - N/A
Deutsche Telekom AG
HTC 7 Mozart, Germany - €1 on a Deutsche Telekom Complete Mobil rate plan
Samsung OMNIA 7, Germany - N/A
HTC 7 Trophy, including Germany, Spain, United Kingdom - £0 on a 24-month plan
LG Optimus 7, including Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom - £0 on a 24-month plan
In Asia Pacific:
HTC HD 7, Singapore - $0 on a 24-month plan
LG Optimus 7, Singapore - N/A
HTC 7 Mozart, Australia - $0 on a 24-month plan
LG Optimus 7Q, Australia - $0 on a 24-month plan
HTC 7 Trophy, Australia - $0 on a 24-month plan