Windows Phone 7 vs. iPhone 4 vs. Droid X

October 13, 2010 – 11:26 pm | by omer
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And the race is on! To counter the popularity of smart phones of the brands iPhone 4 and Android, which use new Windows Phone 7 operating system – Microsoft mobile has come up with its own list of devices that use the same system. Among the list of ten mobile phones, six will be sent directly to the United States. It includes the HTC 7 Surround for AT&T, the LG Quantum, and the Samsung Focus. The HTC windows mobile 7 Pro for Sprint; and the HTC HD7 and Dell Venue Pro will go to T-Mobile.

All the phones are due to arrive in the United States in November. All the six phones operate on 1GHz processor, like most smartphones in market; while, the RAM of the phones vary with company. The LG Quantum and the Samsung Focus have 256MB of RAM, the Dell Venue Pro has 512MB, and each of the three HTC devices offers 576MB.

The six brands have lots of features for the users. If you are a music lover or fond of photography, then look nowhere, as the brands give the user lots of storage space to keep them entertained at all times. All the phones of these brands have 5-megapixel cameras with flash. Similarly, if someone likes to have large, intimidating screens then the LG Quantum and the HTC offer screens from 3.5 to 4.3 inches in height.

The Samsung Focus, HTC 7 and the Dell Venue Pro are perfect choice for users who want a hardware keyboard. Other important features that all the Windows 7 smartphones possess are Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth. But none of the phones has an HDMI slot.

All these and several more exciting features have made the Windows Phone 7 devices very popular in the market.

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  1. 4 Responses to “Windows Phone 7 vs. iPhone 4 vs. Droid X”

  2. By Ray M on Oct 14, 2010 | Reply

    I am really excited to try out Windows Phone 7. I wasn’t impressed with the iPhone OS and I haven’t had Droid long enough to say whether I like it. But Microsoft has an opportunity here to learn from their mistakes and create a really awesome OS. I hope they do it!

  3. By rick on Dec 11, 2010 | Reply

    windows 7 phone suck droid x rules take the challenge windows 7 phone vs droid x i won with my droid x

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