List of Windows Phone 7 devices

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This page seeks to list and compare hardware devices that are shipped with Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 operating system. HTC Corporation, Samsung, LG, Dell, Fujitsu, Nokia, Acer, Alcatel and ZTE have all released Windows Phone-based devices.

The list contains devices that have been confirmed and officially announced by their manufacturers.

Released[edit]

Windows Phone 7.0[edit]

First generation devices come with Windows Phone 7 preinstalled and can be updated to Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango". All devices in this list feature a 1 GHz single-core processor, 512 MB of RAM, a 480 x 800 WVGA resolution screen, a back camera of 5 megapixels and a built-in digital compass. There are two exceptions, however; the Dell Venue Pro does not feature a compass, while the HTC 7 Mozart includes an 8 MP back camera instead of 5 MP.

Product Release Date Storage Display Keyboard
Dell Venue Pro November 2010 8 or 16 GB 4.1" AMOLED Yes
HTC 7 Pro (Arrive) January 2011 8 or 16 GB 3.6" TN LCD Yes
HTC 7 Surround November 2010 16 GB 3.8" TN LCD No
HTC 7 Trophy October 2010 8 or 16 GB 3.8" Super LCD No
HTC 7 Mozart October 2010 8 or 16 GB 3.7" Super LCD No
HTC HD7 (HD7S) October 2010 8 or 16 GB 4.3" LCD (HD7S Super LCD) No
LG Optimus 7 (Jil Sander Mobile) October 2010 16 GB 3.8" TN LCD No
LG Quantum (Optimus 7Q) October 2010 16 GB 3.5" TN LCD Yes
Samsung Focus November 2010 8 or 16 GB, microSD 4.0" Super AMOLED No
Samsung Omnia 7 October 2010 8 or 16 GB 4.0" Super AMOLED No

Windows Phone 7.5[edit]

Second generation Windows Phone comes pre-installed with the Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" version of Windows Phone or later. All devices in this list feature a single-core processor, a 480 x 800 WVGA resolution screen, and (except for the HTC Radar) a built-in digital compass. Due to the change of requirements, some second generation devices have lower-speed processors or less than 512 MB of RAM.

Product Release Date CPU Speed RAM Storage Display Camera(s) Gyroscope
Back Front
Acer Allegro November 2011 1.0 GHz 512 MB 8 GB 3.6" TN LCD 5 MP N/A No
Alcatel One Touch View December 2012 1.0 GHz 512 MB 4 GB 3.7" TN LCD 5 MP 0.3 MP No
Fujitsu Toshiba IS12T September 2011 1.0 GHz 512 MB 32 GB 3.7" TN LCD 13.2 MP N/A Yes
HTC Radar October 2011 1.0 GHz 512 MB 8 GB 3.8" Super LCD 5 MP 0.3 MP No
HTC Titan (Ultimate/Eternity) October 2011 1.5 GHz 512 MB 16 GB 4.7" Super LCD 8 MP 1.3 MP Yes
HTC Titan II April 2012 1.5 GHz 512 MB 16 GB 4.7" Super LCD 16 MP 1.3 MP Yes
Nokia Lumia 510 November 2012 0.8 GHz 256 MB 4 GB 4.0" TN LCD 5 MP N/A No
Nokia Lumia 610 April 2012 0.8 GHz 256 MB 8 GB 3.7" TN LCD 5 MP N/A No
Nokia Lumia 710 November 2011 1.4 GHz 512 MB 8 GB 3.7" ClearBlack LCD 5 MP N/A No
Nokia Lumia 800 November 2011 1.4 GHz 512 MB 16 GB 3.7" ClearBlack AMOLED 8 MP N/A No
Nokia Lumia 900 April 2012 1.4 GHz 512 MB 16 GB 4.3" ClearBlack AMOLED 8 MP 1.3 MP Yes
Samsung Focus 2 May 2012 1.4 GHz 512 MB 8 GB 4.0" Super AMOLED 5 MP 0.3 MP Yes
Samsung Focus S November 2011 1.4 GHz 512 MB 16 GB 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus 8 MP 1.3 MP Yes
Samsung Omnia M May 2012 1.0 GHz 384 MB 4 GB
8 GB
4.0" Super AMOLED 5 MP 0.3 MP No
Samsung Omnia W (Focus Flash) November 2011 1.4 GHz 512 MB 8 GB 3.7" Super AMOLED 5 MP 0.3 MP Yes
ZTE Orbit (Render) May 2012 1.0 GHz 256 MB 4 GB 4.0" TN LCD 5 MP N/A No
ZTE Tania (Spirit) December 2011 1.0 GHz 512 MB 4 GB 4.3" TN LCD 5 MP N/A No

Windows Phone 7.8[edit]

Product Release Date CPU Speed RAM Storage Display Camera(s) Gyroscope
Back Front
Nokia Lumia 505[1] December 2012 0.8 GHz 256 MB 4 GB 3.7" AMOLED[2] 8 MP N/A No

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