Leaks on products that are set to be released at CES are popping up all over the web, and it seems Microsoft’s plans for Windows Phone 7 aren’t immune. Paul Thurrott claims to be "in the know," in laying out the company’s plans for the CES unveil. He says the information he has managed to acquire details the company’s plans "for the US market only" and are to be officially revealed at CES 2012.

Microsoft will allegedly be releasing three LTE based Windows Phone 7 smart phones and one Verizon phone throughout the first half of the year. While not LTE powered, Verizon will be getting the Nokia Lumia 710, and will be available beginning April 2012.

Also, the three LTE powered Windows Phone 7 smart phones include the Nokia ACE (a larger version of the Nokia Lumia 800), HTC Radiant, and Samsung Mendel. These three phones will all ship on AT&T before Q2 2012 is over. The Nokia ACE will ship on March 18th, 2012.

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