WenWM · Sep 20, 2010 at 09:00 am

List Of WP7 Leaked Device So Far

It seems we will not be lacking in devices come October, so I thought I should make a list of all these devices.

Lets start with my favorite and the best looking… The Samsung GT-i8700:

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(screenshot courtesy of Gizmodo)

This device is the best looking and has a fairly appealing spec sheet that’s as sleek as the build. The device will have a 1Ghz Processor (which is just enough for WP7), 256 MB Ram, Screen looks like a 3.5, 8GB Memory (which is my only problem with it), 5MP Camera (which is all good), GSM for Europe (sorry Australia and USA), and is expected to be available on launch day.

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(screenshot courtesy of Engadget)

Now for another device that I think looks decent, the HTC T8788. This device is the best thing so far by HTC and comes with a decent spec sheet that looks the same as everyone else’s. The device will have a 1Ghz processor, 256 MB RAM, Screen size is bigger than 3.5, Atleast 8GB memory, and this will be a AT&T device for the US readers.

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(screenshot courtesy of Engadget)

Now, on to the most talked about upcoming WP7 device, the Dell Lighting. This device was leaked and announced just a few hours after WP7 was and gush darn it, everyone loves it to death.

The device comes with a lot of specifications that we can just about confirm since it can be found in official docs. It will carry a WVGA 4.1 inch OLED display from Samsung that should be good enough for web browsing and playing in the xbox hub. Then on to the 5MP Auto Focus camera that does not say if it has flash but hopefully it does. The other specs are 1GB ROM, 512 RAM, Micro SD Slot (which we thought were not allowed), Wifi, GPS, and the usual. The device will have T-mobile, At&t, and Euro 3G so I am guessing it will get around to everyone.

Many people are waiting for this device, and hopefully you will get it.

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Now lets take a left turn to one of what I think is the least attractive WP7 devices, the HTC Mozart. This device is rumored to be taking home at T-mobile USA and was originally leaked by our forum member Xmoo. The device has the standard specifications and is said to be going around the world and have a 3.7 inch display and a aluminum unibody design.  The rest of the specs are a min of 8GB storage, at least 256 of RAM and more.

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Here is another Euro bound device that doesn’t look half bad called the LG E900. The device was leaked just a few weeks ago, and has some good specs that meet the WP7 minimum requirements. It will start with a 3.8 inch display, 16GB of storage space, DLNA support, and the usual GPS, 3 sensors, Wi-Fi, and all.

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(screenshot courtesy of Engadget)

This is the last of the devices, the At&t bound LG C900. This device will have a landscape qwerty form factor, which is going to be funny since Metro does not work in landscape. The device’s screen is a 3.5, which is just minimum and will also have DLNA support and should be available in November like all other WP7 device.

Okay guys, we hope that we did not miss any devices, but as far as we know these are all the devices that have been leaked to date. Most of the specs are just minimum for WP7 so nothing truly impressive just yet.


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