Microsoft dominated headlines this morning with the announcement of their new Windows Phone 7 platform. For all Windows Phone 7 news, check out our sister site, WPCentral.
Along with the announcement came a slew of interesting devices. The HTC Surround, pictured above, sports dual Dolby-capable speakers with a 3.8-inch touchscreen.
Phil was at the announcement, so we hope he hasn't left Android just yet (he's madly in love with Zune pass, you know).
What does everyone think? Are you jealous of some of these new features such as the Dolby speakers or the fact that all phones will be updated together? Or do you see Windows Phone 7 as another Microsoft Mobile flop?
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