Looking for Mango? AT&T has it coming hot and heavy. While this week is all about Windows
8, as Microsoft's BUILD Conference starts tomorrow, the company's mobile OS is still of the utmost importance for MS' future. Windows Phone 7.5, the first major overhaul since NoDo, is all set to roll out to major carriers, with AT&T being a major partner here in the United States. Today, the carrier is introducing three new 4G devices in 4Q -- including the Samsung Focus S, HTC Titan, and Samsung Focus Flash. All three will run Mango
, and furthermore, AT&T will start updating existing Windows Phones (HTC HD7S, Samsung Focus, LG Quantum, and HTC Surround) to Windows Phone 7.5 (“Mango”) this fall.
On top of all that, we're promised new 4G Windows Phones in the fourth quarter including products from HTC and Samsung. As of what's next, the Focus S will feature a 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus display, a 1.4GHz CPU, HSPA+ support and an 8.55mm frame. There's also a 1.3MP front cam, 8MP rear cam and a "fall" ship date. The HTC Titan will boast the largest display ever found on AT&T, with a 4.7" LCD dominating its face. It'll allow users to watch U-Verse Mobile or play Xbox LIVE titles, and it will run on a 1.5GHz CPU while boasting an 8MP camera with dual LED flash. The Focus Flash has a smaller 3.7" screen, a 1.4GHz CPU and a 5MP rear cam. Sadly, no price points are mentioned, but we suspect they'll land around the $200-on-contract mark once launched.