Pocket-Lint: We’ve got some bad news if you’ve been holding out for LG’s Quantum (also know as the LG Optimus 7Q) as it’s known in the UK; it’s not coming.
"With Nokia and Microsoft’s deal to put Windows on Nokia hardware, there will be more and more Windows Phone 7 phones soon (hopefully.) Nokia agreed to put Microsoft’s Window Phone 7 (WP7) operating systems on their handsets after Symbian, Nokia’s proprietary operating system, failed to capture consumers’ imaginations. Nokia’s current flagship phone, the Nokia N8 will likely be the last phone running the Symbian operating system. While Nokia has not released any new phones with the Windows Phone 7 operating system, it is only a matter of time before they produce some headsets running Windows. If you don’t want to wait for a Nokia phone, here are the top phones that run Windows Phone 7."
If you want a QWERTY keyboard capable Windows 7 telephone headset and do not want to go to the headquarters of T-Mobile Pro Dell or wait for the arrival HTC Sprint, AT & T could have an offer for you. AT & T has a very good offer for you through the quantum LQ. This device of your Windows 7 is being offered by AT & T for a low price of $ 0.01. That price is after you have applied for a line $ 99.98 discount.
Want the cheapest way to try out Windows Phone 7? Outside of getting yourself hooked up with a job at a tech blog, Amazon might have the very finest option for you with its newly discounted $0.01 pricing on two AT&T handsets for the new platform.