Taiwanese mobile phone manufacture High Tech Computer Corporation has let slip their inaugural Windows Phone 7 handset will be arriving next month, by mistake in an interview.
HTC's regional director for Middle East and North Africa possibly unintentionally unveiled in a briefing with the website Gulf News that their first Windows Phone 7 mobile will launch in October, with more handset to be announced later this year.
The interview published today was surrounding the news of their HTC Desire HD arriving in that region, where the yet unannounced information of their upcoming roadmap was accidentally uttered by the HTC senior staff member.
Mohammad Kais Zribi was quoted to have said "We will be launching Windows Phone 7 handsets next month", "So far we have launched six models and around five more models by end of the year" - all of which was news to many, where HTC's plans for the rest of the year have now been unveiled.
The mobile phone maker's handset codename Mozart has previously been seen leaked on various websites, with images and video appearing of the phone running Windows Phone 7.
One Mobile Ring believes this reported 4.3-inch touch screen device, with a 1.3Ghz processor could be the upcoming Windows Phone 7 based handset that will be arriving next month from HTC.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com