First photos of the HTC Omega smartphone, running on the Windows Phone Mango platform, have been leaked.
According to an article on PocketNow, the Omega is the first device to run on the new Windows Phone Mango, which comes with new features like multi-tasking and better app performance.
The leaked image of the device shows a front facing camera, which allows users to conduct video conferencing calls. Microsoft had earlier said that it will be heavily integrating Skype into the Windows Phone platform.
HTC has already released several Windows Phone apps including the HD7, the 7 Mozart, the 7 Trophy and the 7 Pro, however this is the first time that an HTC Windows Phone 7 device will come with Mango.
Omega specifications have also been leaked along with the photo. The device is said to come with a 3.8 inch touch screen, 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor and 512MB of RAM. The specs have not been confirmed, so there is a possibility that they might change when the device becomes available to the public.
The device is expected to be launched in the US on September 1. There is a great chance that it will unveiled be at the upcoming IFA tech trade show in Berlin.