The new Mango Windows Phones are here!

The Windows Phone Team held a party yesterday in NYC to celebrate the launch of new Mango and the new Windows Phones.

Plants vs. Zombies getting down

The event included a six story tall Windows Phone complete with live tiles!  One of my teammates, Peter Laudati, was on the scene and took plenty of pictures you can check out here.  The Windows Phone Team also has a post detailing the event here.


Big Crowds60 feet tall!

Watch a time lapse video of the giant phone being built here:

If you didn’t make it to NYC yesterday for the event, no worries there are more coming across the US

  • 9-Nov Miami
  • 9-Nov San Diego
  • 9-Nov DC
  • 9-Nov Denver
  • 10-Nov Baltimore
  • 10-Nov St. Louis
  • 11-Nov Chicago
  • 14-Nov Boston
  • 14-Nov Atlanta
  • 14-Nov Houston
  • 16-Nov Philadelphia
  • 16-Nov Charlotte
  • 17-Nov Dallas
  • 17-Nov Nashville
  • 17-Nov Phoenix
  • 21-Nov Seattle

Ready to party? Then register here!

The Devices

Here is a run down of some of the devices that were being shown off yesterday from both T-Mobile and AT&T:

  • HTC Radar 4G: Crafted from a single piece of polished aluminum, the HTC Radar is the only white handset in the Windows Phone lineup. $99 after $50 mail-in rebate. Learn more.
  • Samsung Focus S: Successor to the award-winning Samsung Focus, the Focus S features a brilliant 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus display—the brightest screen in the lineup—a thin 8.55-millimeter profile, and an 8-megapixel camera. $199. Learn more
  • Samsung Focus Flash: The fast and lightweight Samsung Focus Flash features a 3.7” Super AMOLED screen and 5-megapixel camera. $49. Learn more
  • HTC Titan: Coming soon from AT&T, the HTC Titan sports a 4.7” screen—the largest in the Windows Phone lineup—an ultra-thin 9.9-millimeter design, and an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash.

And let’s not forget all of the great phone announcements from Nokia:


Update 11/9 – Nokia just released an 8 minute video documentary on the making of the Lumia 8. Check it out below:



    Lastly, if you are a Spotify fan yesterday brought some good news.  The Spotify app for Windows Phone is now here.

    Check it out!

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