AT&T's Windows Phone 7 lineup: HTC Titan, Samsung Focus S & Focus Flash (first look)

Will these Windows Phone 7 "Mango" phones from AT&T make it to a stocking near you this holiday?

AT&T's Windows Phone 7: HTC Titan, Samsung Focus S & Focus Flash. Image from Windows Phone Blog
Microsoft's Phone President Andy Lees showed off  three AT&T-branded Windows Phone 7 (Mango) phones at the All Things Digital Asia conference in Hong Kong this morning.

While you may be able to recite the features of Mango by heart, you probably couldn't tell these WP7 handsets apart, especially when they're all displaying the same 'Metro' home screen (see right). Well, consider this as your cheat sheet to AT&T's upcoming WP7 offerings: the HTC Titan (left), Samsung Focus S (center) and Samsung Focus Flash (right).

Image from Windows Phone Blog
AT&T's HTC Titan with WP7. Image from Windows Phone Blog

HTC Titan

True to its name, the HTC Titan from AT&T has the biggest display of the bunch at 4.7 inches, which beats yesterday's largest phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, by 0.05-inch. According to the Window Phone Blog, it has a 9.9-mm profile, a 1.5 GHz processor under the hood, an 8-megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash (plus a front cam), and offers a brushed aluminum back with the curves (and build) that HTC phones are known for.

AT&T's Windows Phone 7 lineup. Image from Windows Phone Blog
AT&T's Samsung Focus S with WP7. Image from Windows Phone Blog

Samsung Focus S

The Samsung Focus S may be the middle child in AT&T's WP7 portfolio but there is nothing middling about the phone. It serves up Samsung's specialty: a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, powered by a 1.4 GHz CPU that is capable of 4G speeds, along with a 8-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front camera, in a svelte 8.55-millimeters package. What's not to like about these specs?

AT&T's Window Phone 7 lineup. Image from Windows Phone Blog
AT&T's Samsung Focus Flash with WP7. Image from Windows Phone Blog

Samsung Focus Flash

It's easier to differentiate the Samsung Focus S from the Focus Flash as the latter has a more modest 3.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, sharper lines and a slightly slower 1.4 GHz processor under the display. It'll likely be the most budget-friendly WP7 from AT&T so bargain hunters should keep their eye out on the Focus Flash rather than its flashier brothers.

AT&T has yet to announce a ship date or pricing for these phones so no need to lineup at your local store for now. There's still plenty of time until the holiday.

[Source: Windows Phone Blog and here]

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