HTC Shubert On Video, Coming To T-Mobile?

With only a few months away till Windows Phone 7 formally unveils itself to the world, we’re expecting the handset rumor mill to churn away with information. Thanks to the folks at 247windowsphone.com we have a look at what might be T-Mobile and HTC’s first entrance into the Windows Phone 7 world. The handset name being tossed around here is “Schubert,” a name that will sound familiar to those who have seen the leaked T-Mobile roadmap and memorized the future devices. “Shubert” (which might also be known as the HTC Mozart) as it was called on the T-Mobile roadmap is definitely looking more and more like the first Windows Phone 7 to deliver itself on Magenta. As the only HTC phone without the Android logo present in the roadmap image, it’s safe to say that HTC and T-Mobile will deliver at least one Windows Phone 7 device before the years end.

Say what you want about previous generations of Windows Mobile, the new software looks pretty good and yet it remains to be seen if it can be a true competitor both through overall sales as well as application offerings. Catch the video up top and comment below and please, let’s keep the Windows Phone hate and Android cheering to a minimum, mmmmkay?

247windowsphone via BGR

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  • derrickps3

    so is there a wp7 coming to tmo, regardless is this schubert comes to tmo or not?

    • dwillistyle

      yes, but more than likely at the VERY end of the year.

  • IBuyCrackAtMYLocalTmoStore

    this phone looks very nice but i wish the screen was bigger its going to be hard to go to a phone with a screen smaller then 4.3 in the meanwhile im still loving my hd2

  • sixseven

    It’s probably way too early for anyone to know, but what is the likelyhood that t-zones will continue to work with Microsoft OS-based phones?

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  • JR

    The fact that it’s a Windows Mobile phone makes it absolutely useless. Waste of a phone.

  • Blake

    This is going to ATT not T-mobile. In fact no WP7 phones coming to t-mobile this year.

  • http://mobilephonestoday.com Isaac

    I like the HD2 better unless this can do things the HD2 cant.

  • volcanic515

    I liked the design of it on the tmonews article i just came from (HD3/HD7/Mozart) which this phone doesn’t look like but it still looks good.

  • http://www.lightspeedhits.com/?ref=486 Pat Stthomas

    I’ll gear this review to 2 types of people: current Zune owners who are considering an upgrade, and people trying to decide between a Zune and an iPod. (There are other players worth considering out there, like the Sony Walkman X, but I hope this gives you enough info to make an informed decision of the Zune vs players other than the iPod line as well.)

  • rico

    tell you what, I found my HD2 to be a bit too big to carry in my pockets (heavy) and this bad boy here looks as big as my NEXUS ONE” which I think it is the perfect size for almost any phone, bigger than the Iphone and smalller than the HD2 I really hope that t-mobile USA gets this baby” if not guess I will have to order it online,which not really too thrill about doing..