Well, that cat is out of the bag, as Microsoft announced Windows Mobile 6.1 at CTIA today. If you haven’t seen yet, we’ve posted a thorough review of both versions (Standard and Professional) that you should check out.

You’re probably wondering if your device will be 6.1 upgradeable, and Engadget has the answer for us:

Mobile operators:

* Alltel Wireless: HTC PPC6800, HTC Touch

* AT&T: Samsung BlackJack II, MOTO Q 9h global, Pantech duo, AT&T Tilt by HTC

* Sprint: A new Palm Treo and updates for the Mogul by HTC, Touch by HTC, MOTO Q 9c, Samsung ACE

* T-Mobile International: T-Mobile MDA Ameo 16 GB, T-Mobile MDA compact IV

Device-makers:

* ASUS: New phones including the P320, ZX1, P560, M536 and updates for the P527, P750, M930

* HTC: A new Touch Dual for the U.S. and updates for the AT&T Tilt, Touch by HTC, Mogul by HTC from Sprint, TyTN II

* i-mate: 8502, 9502, 8150, 6150

* Intermec: CN3

* Motorola: MOTO Q 9c, MOTO Q 9h global, MC70, MC9000

* Pantech: Pantech duo

* Samsung: BlackJack II

* Toshiba: Portégé G810,Portégé G910

Wow, that’s quite a list, which is fantastic news for most of us that have recently bought a Windows Mobile phone. And how will the updates be delivered? We’re not sure, but maybe we’ll finally see the use of Windows Update on Windows Mobile, which has proved to be useless thus far.

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