Mobile Lowdown 7-19-11: Apple; Google; WP7 Mango/Fujitsu; Sprint/Amex

A look at some of the big stories in mobile today:

Apple: More expectations for a blowout quarter as the company reports earnings later today. (via Forbes)

Google: Chairman Eric Schmidt slams Apple’s Android patent lawsuits, claiming they are the result of Android and Google’s success. (via Perth Now)

LightSquared: The new LTE operator says it expects FCC approval by September as it continues to sign more deals. (via CNET)

Fujitsu: Sources say the first Windows Phone “Mango” handset will come from Fujitsu and will be out in August. (Nikkei, via Engadget)

Sprint: The operator has teamed up with American Express for its Serve mobile payment service. It’s AmEx’s first mobile operator deal to implement Serve. (via Venture Beat)

MoboTap: The mobile developer, which makes the Dolphin Android web browser, has raised $10 million from a group led by Sequoia Capital to develop more mobile web technologies. (release, via PEhub)