HTC Omega Coming The T-Mobile Way? Why Yes It Is.

Windows Phone 7 fans should pay extra special attention as word is coming down the upcoming HTC event to be held by our friends from HTC across the pond will feature a number of WP7 devices including the HTC Omega. What is the importance of the HTC Omega you ask? Well…it’s coming to T-Mobile. We’ve confirmed with our sources as of this morning a Boy Genius Report report that confirms the existence of the HTC Omega for T-Mobile.

It is believed that the HTC Omega could be the first Windows Phone 7 mango device for a US carrier and will feature a 1.5GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, rear-facing 8 megapixel camera, 3.8″ or 4.5″ touchscreen display. All of these specs are considered unconfirmed but with less than 10 days till the HTC event all should be cleared up for us soon.

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  • Anonymous

    So can’t we get a post witout it turninng into a bashimg of the OS or some name calling? Andriod is different and WP7 is different!!! Please don’t compare it and not everyone needs to like Andriod or vice versa!! I’ve been seeing some uninformed comments here and its just funny. I’ve a HD7 with Mango beta and it run as smooth if not better than my HTC Sensation but guess how much RAM it have? It doesn’t matter and please stop this childish stuff about this OS that and this. I am not going to tell you to buy an Audi A6 because I drive one and I’m not going to bash you because you drive a Honda Civic because for all I know that’s what you like. Please stop this nonsense already!

    What do you think is going to happen if there’s only one OS, lets say Andriod? It’ll turn to some crap because they will know that whatever they put out you don’t have a choice but to buy it. Why would so many of T-Mobile subscribers hate the merger or whatever with AT&T? Because there will be less competition and options!! Enough said to those saying WP7 will be like webOS and what not. I never used webOS but sure hoped it stayed around and I can say that WP7 got their multitasking view and switching from how webOS did it. I guess I have said enough already.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2K5TCSPGRIQID4IWGAH7LYVMXY lubba

    My God!!!  Finally a wp7!  Salivating for that mango.

  • Anonymous

    HalfwayCrook obviously HATES Microsoft and anything to do with it. Keep that in mind while reading his biased comments. 

    He will bash anything from Microsoft (.)Period(.)

    I’m far from a fanboy… Just stating the facts.

  • Anonymous

    lol “0″ features? What a joke. Android is what WM used to be. The mobile computer of these days. Windows Phone is a much more less computer than Android. Here you go with you multitasking complaints again. Similar to IOS WP7 gets the job done for 90% of users. That’s a fair number. And this will probably excite you: Tell me what Android offers that WP7 doesn’t. Please I would love to know!

  • Anonymous

    lol “0″ features? What a joke. Android is what WM used to be. The mobile computer of these days. Windows Phone is a much more less computer than Android. Here you go with you multitasking complaints again. Similar to IOS WP7 gets the job done for 90% of users. That’s a fair number. And this will probably excite you: Tell me what Android offers that WP7 doesn’t. Please I would love to know!