HTC Windows Phone 7 Handsets To Ship This Week As Promised

With the launch of the recent Windows Phone 7 last Monday, and news of its devices and carriers it seems we have a lot to look forward to. HTC one of the four handset developers were proud to announce that out of the ten listed devices, five of them would incorporate their logo. Handsets include the HTC HD7, 7 Mozart, 7 Surround, 7 Trophy and next year the HTC 7 Pro. Speculation has been surrounding whether HTC devices will be ready for shipment starting this week. The corporation has hit back by saying that the handsets will start to be processed as promised.

Reports had indicated that the HTC handsets would be delayed due to teething problems from the new Microsoft OS. A spokesperson from Microsoft has said, “We are shipping our WP7 phones this week, as planned. Everything pointing to a delay in delivery is wrong.” According to Softpedia, although Microsoft have informed us of shipping progress, the issues surrounding the Windows Phone 7 mobile OS are still apparent but as of yet we are still in the dark as to what the exact problem is.

News of the subsequent issues surrounding HTC, resulted in a drop in stock prices according to Focus Taiwan who have gone on to comment, “The glitches made investors here very cautious, as they are afraid that the technical problem will affect HTC’s shipments in the fourth quarter.” For those of you in the market for a new mobile phone will be pleased to learn that the HTC running Windows Phone 7 devices are ready to go on sale from October 21 in Europe and Asia-Pacific, with the U.S. early part of November.

Have you been waiting for the HTC Windows Phone 7 handsets to arrive? Let us know. Check out Softpedia for more information.