We know you want them so here they are: a plethora of hands-on pics of the HTC 7 Trophy, HTC HD7, HTC 7 Mozart, LG Optimus 7 and Samsung Omnia 7. Marvel at their wondrous screens and ponder whether or not you want to buy one – we think we do. OMG, did we just say we wanted a Microsoft-based mobile product? I think we did.
First up the HTC 7 Trophy, which is my personal favourite. It’s small but not too small and it feels solid.
It’s not the thinnest phone out there but the Trophy doesn’t feel fat either. In other words, it will easily slip into a pocket.
The back of the HTC Trophy houses a 5-megapixel camera with an LED photo light.
Behold the HTC HD7, a Windows Phone 7 giant with a 4.3-inch display.
For such a large phone the HTC HD7 is surprisingly thin.
The metal frame around the HTC HD7’s camera pops out and acts as a stand.It’s a 5-megapixel camera in case you’re wondering.
The HTC 7 Mozart is very similar to the HTC Desire.
It’s rounded edges and metal frame make the Mozart a real looker.
The two-tone metal back of the Mozart gives it a very different look to most smartphones. It’s also the only Windows Phone 7 handset at the moment to have an 8-megapixel camera.
We didn’t think we’d like the LG Optimus 7’s curved bottom but it’s actually quite attractive in real life.
The Optimus 7’s casing doesn’t feel as refined as the HTC Mozart’s one.
On the back of the LG Optimus 7 you’ll find a 5-megapixel camera.
When we first picked up the Samsung Omnia 7 we were impressed by how light it felt but some people might think it’s not as sturdy as the other Windows Phone 7 handsets we’ve featured.
The Omnia 7 is very thin and light.
On the back of the Samsung Omnia 7 you’ll find a 5-megapixel camera.