"So the Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” OS is out of the door, now available to almost every existing Windows Phone users out there. But what about the hardware side? What are the new Windows Phone 7.5 devices coming this holiday season? Well over the past couple of months, we have seen several official announcements from the new Windows Phone OEM partners – starting from the Acer Allegro and ZTE Tania to the release of Fujitsu IS12T in Japan. The existing partners haven’t been silent either, with announcements coming from HTC, Samsung and LG showing off their next generation Windows Phone 7.5 devices.
However, different from last year when all first-generation Windows Phone 7 devices were announced on the same day, this time Microsoft has left it to the individual OEMs and carriers to announce their Windows Phone products. This made it difficult for consumers to keep track of what devices are / will be out there. So to help you keep track of your next Windows Phone device, we decided to compile a list of every Windows Phone device we know of.
To get you started, you can use the search box below to quickly filter for specific keywords (for example, type “AMOLED” if you’re looking for a phone with an AMOLED screen, or “Samsung” if you’re looking for a device from a specific manufacturer), and watch the table update on the fly. You can also click on the column headers to quickly sort the table according to the phone’s specifications (for example, click on “Screen Size” header twice to sort devices from the largest screen to the smallest screen). You can even use a combination of both the search filter and sorting columns to compare the specs between different phones, or use it find your ideal Windows Phone this holiday season.
We’ll be updating this table as frequently as possible when new Windows Phone devices comes up. So keep checking back to see if your ideal phone has showed up!
Nice.... The only thing I think is missing is Carrier information [Insert rant here about Verizon having only one WP7 device and no announcements about any future devices]