Windows Phone 7 device comparisons: The quick specs.

| October 11, 2010 | Reply
Here on Windows Phone 7 launch day we have seen 10 devices announced from various companies, for various carriers and can’t help but feel helpless trying to properly decipher the significant differences between them all.  Luckily, our friends over at Engadget have compiled a nice spec sheet to help make sense of it all.  You will find below a list of the phones by manufacturer, along with where they will be landing.  While the specs do not run very deep, it will give you an idea of the size and capacity of the devices that will be running Windows Phone 7.  Check out the list below and be sure to drop us a comment and check back for more Windows Phone 7 updates.

Having trouble keeping track of all the new Windows Phone 7 handsets today? We don’t blame you — even we had trouble remembering all the minor differences between the similarly specced devices. To end our frustration, we’ve compiled a big chart that lists out the carriers and specs for all 10 devices (with a couple extra MIA) to make our lives a tad easier — head on pass the break if you need the peace of mind.

HTC

7 Mozart: Orange (France and UK), Deutsche Telekom, Telstra (Australia)
7 Surround: AT&T
7 Pro: Sprint
7 Trophy: SFR (France), Vodafone (Australia, Germany, Spain and UK)
HD7: T-Mobile (US), O2 (UK and Germany), Movistar (Spain), SingTel (Singapore)

HTC
Front Back Model CPU Screen Storage Camera
7 Mozart 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8250 3.7″ 480 x 800 8GB 8MP, AF, Xenon flash, 720p
7 Surround
(Mondrian / T8788)
1GHz Qualcomm MSM8250 3.8″ 480 x 800 16GB 5MP, AF, LED flash, 720p
7 Pro 1GHz 3.6″ 480 x 800 16GB 5MP, AF, LED flash, 720p
7 Trophy
(Spark)
1GHz Qualcomm MSM8250 3.8″ 480 x 800 8GB 5MP, AF, LED flash
HD7
(Schubert)
1GHz Qualcomm MSM8250 4.3″ 480 x 800 LCD 8GB / 16GB 5MP, AF, dual- LED flash, 720p
LG
Optimus 7: Telus (Canada), América Móvil (Mexico), Movistar (Spain), Vodafone (Germany, Italy, Spain and UK), SingTel (Singapore)
Quantum / Optimus 7Q: AT&T (US), Telstra (Australia)
LG
Front Back Model CPU Screen Storage Camera
Optimus 7
(E900)
1GHz 3.8″ 480 x 800 LCD 16GB 5MP, LED flash
Quantum / Optimus 7Q
(C900)
1GHz Qualcomm QSD8650 3.5″ 480 x 800 16GB 5MP, 720p
GW910 ??? ??? ??? 5MP, flash
Dell
Venue Pro: T-Mobile (US)
Dell
Front Back Model CPU Screen Storage Camera
Venue Pro (Lightning) 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 4.1″ 480 x 800 AMOLED ??? 5MP
Samsung

Focus: AT&T (US)
Omnia 7: Orange (France and UK), SFR (France), Movistar (Spain), Deutsch Telekom

Samsung
Front Back Model CPU Screen Storage Camera
Focus
(Cetus / i917)
??? 4″ 480 x 800 Super AMOLED 8GB (microSD expansion up to 16GB) 5MP and VGA front
Omnia 7
(i8700)
1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 4″ 480 x 800 Super AMOLED 8GB 5MP, 720p at 25fps

Oh, and we haven’t forgotten the elusive ASUS handset:

ASUS
Front Back Model CPU Screen Storage Camera
??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???
Courtesy of Engadget

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