Meet your Windows Phone 7.5 devices

Meet your Windows Phone 7.5 devices


We’ve all been very excited to see what Windows Phone Gen 2 bring to the table, and we’re happy to announce that based on the tablet we found below, it’s shaping up to be an excellent season for Windows Phone from now till early next year. With a total of 14 new possible devices (and at least 9 confirmed), we can expect some brilliant choices (not to mention the fact that Gen 1 devices would be quite up to scratch as well). Each Gen 2 device will already come preloaded with Windows Phone 7.5, so that’s something to get excited about!

Thankfully, you can now have all your choices in one screen with the specs plus pros and cons of each phone. Ultimately the decision is up to you, we we can assure you any phone you choose here will be well worth the price! (note: we have tweaked the table a little below, because we felt some of the pros and cons weren’t really fair or right).

So what phones are you looking forward to the most/planning on getting? Let us know in the comments below!

HTCTITANHTC TITANScreen: 4.7” SLCD
Processor: 1.5 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 16GB storage
Camera: 8MP (Main) / 1.3 MP (Front)Release:October 2011
Pros: Unique screen size, 8MP camera and good battery life
Cons: Screen could be a little large for some, resolution might seem stretched on a large screen
RadarHTC RadarScreen: 3.8” SLCD
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 8GB storage
Camera: 5MP (Main) / VGA (Front)

Release:
October 2011
Pros: Small form factor, forward facing cam
Cons: Only a 5MP camera, Gen 1 specs
SamsungFocus SSamsung Focus SScreen: 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM
Camera: 8MP (Main) / 1.3 MP (Front)

Release:
November 2011
Pros: Large sized screen, should cater for all
Cons: Only a 1.4GHz processor
Focus FlashNo ImageScreen: 3.7” Super AMOLED Plus
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM
Camera:8 MP (Main) / VGA (Front) Release:November 2011
Pros: Great Screen Quality
Cons: Not a large sized screen
Omnia WSamsung Omnia WScreen: 3.7” Super AMOLED
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 8GB storage
Camera: 5MP (Main) / VGA (Front)

Release:
November 2011
Pros: Smaller sized screen
Cons: Only a 1.4GHz processor
LGJil Sander E906LG E906 Jil SanderScreen: 3.8” TFT
Processor: 1.0 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 16 GB storage
Camera: 5MP (Main)Release:October 7, 2011
Pros: Stylish looking device
Cons: Basic specs, no forward facing camera
AcerAllegro W4Screen: 3.6” TFT
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 8GB storage
Camera: 5MP (Main)

Release:November 2011

Pros: Low-cost Windows Phone
Cons: No forward facing cam and basic specs
ZTETaniaZTE SpiritScreen: 4.3” TFT
Processor: 1.0 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 4GB storage
Camera: 5MP (Main)Release: Q4 2011
Pros: Large screen
Cons: Low specs
FujitsuIS12TFujitsu IS12TScreen: 3.7” TFT
Processor: 1.0 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 32GB storage
Camera: 13.2MP (Main)Release:August 25, 2011
Pros: Wide range of colors, waterproof
Cons: No forward facing camera and basic specs

 

Future and rumored devices

NokiaAceNo ImageScreen: 4.3” AMOLED CBD
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 16 GB storage
Camera:8MP Carl-Zeiss (Main)Release: Q1 2012
Pros: Carl-Zeiss Lens and Nokia apps
Cons: Only a 1.4GHz processor
Lumia 800Nokia Sea RayScreen: 3.7” AMOLED CBD
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 16 GB storage
Camera: 8MP Carl-Zeiss (Main)

Release:November 2011

Pros: Carl-Zeiss Lens and Nokia apps
Cons: Slightly smaller screen
Lumia 710Screen: 3.7” LCD CBD
Processor: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM, 8GB storage
Camera:5 MP (Main)

Release: November/December 2011

Pros: Nokia apps, High Quality LCD screen
Cons: Only a 5MP camera
LGFantasyLG FantasyScreen: Unknown
Processor: Unknown
Memory: Unknown
Camera:Unknown Release: Q4 2011
HTCBressonHTC BressonScreen: Unknown
Processor: Unknown
Memory: Unknown
Camera:16 MP Release: unknown

Source: Liveside
via: Winrumors 


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