As expected, HTC will unveil not one, but two Windows Phone Mango smartphones at its September 1st event in London, UK.
It appears that the guys over at BGR have learned that HTC Eternity and HTC Omega will be the main stars of the event, but additional devices running Microsoft's mobile platform might be showcased, as well.
There are no information regarding any Android devices that HTC plans to unveil at the London event, but the latest hearsay suggests that the Taiwanese handset manufacturer may introduce new Android smartphones at this year's IFA tradeshow, in Berlin.
Last week, HTC UK announced via Facebook that is having a “party” on Thursday 1st September, in London, where everyone over 18 is invited, but didn't mentioned anything regarding the devices that will be presented.
However, HTC's decision to held this important event in London, almost at the same time that IFA 2011 kicks off, seems a bit weird, especially that most of the media will be in Berlin at that time.
Anyway, both HTC Omega and Eternity have been leaked, but the final hardware configuration will probably be revealed on September 1.
According to the latest hearsay, the HTC Eternity will be delivered with Windows Phone Mango on board and features a 3.7-inch capacitive touch screens display. The phone is expected to be released in North America through AT&T for a price that will be disclosed in due time.
Furthermore, the HTC Omega is another Mango phone that comes with a brilliant 4.5-inch capacitive touch screen display.
This one seems to be headed to T-Mobile USA, but the launch dates for both devices are unknown for the moment, though it appears that they will hit shelves sooner than expected.
Softpedia will be attending at this year's IFA tradeshow starting September 1, and we hope to get our hands on any of the upcoming HTC devices.