At their Worldwide Partner conference which was recently held in Los Angeles, US, Microsoft unveiled 4 new devices running the new Windows 7 Phone mobile OS update, Mango.
ZTE and Acer are both represented, though the two stars of the announcement were the phones from Fujitsu and Samsung. The Fujitsu sported a pink colour scheme and waterproof seal, while Samsung’s offering appeared to be a version of the Galaxy S II, known as the SGH-i937.
From pictures taken at the event, there appears to be a front facing camera on one of the devices, something that has been absent from Windows Phone 7 devices in the past. This could lay ground for the rumour that front-facing cameras are supported by the Mango update.
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