Windows Phone 7 Devices for Sale in U.S.

If you're looking for an iPhone alternative, Microsoft's hardware partners just launched a boatload of them. Several phones based on the new mobile operating system from the software giant hit stores today.

While some phones have already launched in Europe and beyond, today is the first day that you can put down cash in the US for a Windows Phone 7 device all your own. The Microsoft online Store just loosed the HTC HD7 (T-Mobile), HTC Surround(AT&T), and Samsung Focus (AT&T). Rumor has it that the 4.1-inch Dell Venue Pro (T-Mobile) will be out on shelves at Microsoft retail locations today as well. So why not use that extra hour of wakefulness that Apple provided to think it over?

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