New Windows Phones were announced jointly by Microsoft and partners at CES according to That’s a Wrap: Microsoft 2012 CES Keynote Recap by Frank X. Shaw, Microsoft Corporate Vice President for Corporate Communications.
He writes, “Wednesday, Jan. 11, T-Mobile customers in the United States can buy the Lumia 710, Nokia’s first Windows Phone in the U.S. We are also excited about two new LTE phones: the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II, both on AT&T.”
For more information, see:
- T-Mobile Brings Nokia Lumia 710 to the U.S.
- Nokia and AT&T Introduce the New Nokia Lumia 900 on AT&T’s 4G LTE Network
First Nokia smartphone designed specifically for the US features LTE, large display and exclusive applications
- First LTE Windows Phones in U.S. Coming Exclusively to AT&T Customers
New 4G LTE Windows Phones from HTC and Nokia Planned to Arrive 1H 2012
- HTC Announces HTC TITAN II — HTC’s First 4G LTE Windows Phone
HTC’s LTE Portfolio Expands With Fourth LTE Smartphone; Latest Windows Phone from HTC to Run on AT&T’s 4G LTE Network in U.S.
Also announced at CES:
- Microsoft and News Corporation Announce New TV, News and Web Video Apps for Xbox 360.
- We showed a range of new ultra-light, ultra-thin Windows 7 PCs that we’re bringing to market with our partners.