AT&T announces three 4G Samsung and HTC Windows Phones in its lineup

Labor Day has past, and according to radio show hosts everywhere, that means fall is now upon us — which is conveniently the timeline we were supposed to see the Windows Phone 7.5 devices debut. (All rumors point to a September 15 date for when Mango will be released on its own.) AT&T has decided to announce its lineup of Windows Phones, which includes two Samsung devices and one HTC model.

The first is the HTC Titan, previously known as the Eternity, which sports the largest Windows Phone screen to date, according to the press release, at 4.7″. It runs a 1.5GHz processor and has an 8 megapixel dual LED flash camera.

The other two devices are from Samsung including a follow up to, the highest-selling Windows Phone, the Samsung Focus with the Samsung Focus S. The Focus S has a 4.3″ Super AMOLED screen, a front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera and a rear 8 megapixel camera, with 1.4GHz, all at 8.55 millimeters thin.

And the third, one not many knew about, is the Samsung Flash — with a 3.7″ Super AMOLED screen, 1.4GHz processor, and a 5 megapixel camera, this phone is reportedly designed to be “packed with value.” Will this be for a low-end market?

All phones are capable of 4G speeds.

As for when AT&T will release Windows Phone 7.5 to its existing customers of the LG Quantum, the Samsung Focus, the HTC Surround, and the HTC HD7S, all the company had to say is that it “will be among the first” to release Mango.