Orange will be offering the rather smart-looking HTC Mozart 7 for free on monthly contracts of £35 or above, it has been confirmed.
Check out the HTC Mozart 7 in action in the clip below
The Windows Phone 7 handset will officially go on sale on the network, which is the sole UK carrier selling the handset, from October 21st.
Orange’s £35 per month price point entitles takers to 600 any network call minutes and unlimited text and anytime internet browsing.
Standout features of the handset include a 3.7-inch WVGA resolution, Super LCD display, an eight-megapixel camera with autofocus and a Xenon flash and Dolby sound.
In keeping with all the ten Windows Phone 7 mobiles unveiled yesterday, the Mozart 7 packs a 1GHz processor to keep things ticking over smoothly when multi-tasking and features Microsoft’s new user interface.
Orange has also secured rights the sell the Samsung Omnia 7, albeit not exclusively. Free from £40 per month, the Omnia 7 sports a four-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and a none too shabby five megapixel snapper with HD 720p video recording and LED Flash.
Samsung’s debut Windows Phone 7 effort has also been picked up by T-Mobile and 3.