Microsoft just announced their slick new mobile operating system, and confirmations on who's going to use it should be coming out of the woodwork.
i-mate Centurion. The code-named handset is the size of a credit card but houses a full QWERTY and is HSDPA-enabled. No Wi-Fi or GPS though. Expected launch in summer.
HTC Touch Diamond2. Though still on ol' Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, the slick new touch-screen Diamond2 will be upgradeable to 6.5. A lot of HTC's enhanced TouchFlo 3D interface seems to complement 6.5 already, so we're expecting good things.
HTC Touch Pro2. Also still running 6.1 Professional, but upgradeable to Windows Mobile 6.5. More about the Pro2 in our main story.
LG GM7300. It will first launch on Windows Mobile 6.1, but LG will add a 6.5 version to the family, where it will be one of an increasing number of LG phones running Windows.
And if it's WinMo 6.5 you're after, you'll want to hit up Orange, which is partnering with Microsoft to offer lots of new Windows phones this year.