There are not many Windows 7 phones in the market as of yet because it hasn’t been as successful as Android or iOS. Nevertheless there has been a huge leap between older windows operating systems and the latest one. These are the top 3 Windows phones to look out for.
Samsung Omnia 7
With a 4-inch Super AMOLED display images are super bright and the clarity is superb. Even though The Samsung Omnia 7 has the same resolution as the HTC HD7 at 480 x 800 the screen’s brightness is on another level.
It also has a Scorpion 1Ghz CPU which is capable of doing any task with no problems. There is a 5 megapixel camera with flash on the back, which captures 720p HD video.
The whole device seems very high end as the back cover is made of metal and is only 10.99mm thick.
The enormous 4.3 inch 480 x 800 resolution touchscreen makes video playback and the Windows 7’s interface look incredibly crisp. Furthermore it has a 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash which can capture 720p HD video.
The 1 GHz processor makes scrolling through menus and multitasking seamless. However the battery life is not great, you would need to charge it everyday.
The plastic back makes the device seem cheaper than other HTC phones; it’s a step down from the HTC HD2.
Dell venue pro
This mobile phone is one of the very unique Windows 7 phones that have a full QWERTY keyboard. Windows are very well known for their unbeatable Microsoft word, PowerPoint and excel so a QWERTY keyboard should be a useful addition.
Due to the slide out keyboard the whole device is quite large. Yet the keyboard is really nice to type on as the keys are quite large. It’s 15.25 mm thick so it wouldn’t feel great in the pocket. In addition the Dell venue pro has a massive 4.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen, this gives decent colours, however is not as crisp as the Super AMOLED screen on the Samsung Omnia 7.
Like the others it has a 5 megapixel camera that can capture 720P HD video and has a decent 1 GHz processor.