All Windows Phone 7 devices hardware specifications in one place

I have just finished compiling this huge excel table containing all of the hardware specifications of the currently announced Windows Phone 7 devices. So if you are looking to compare one device to an other just check out the image below (click on it) and make your choice. I will regularly update it once I have more information (especially for the Dell Venue Pro). So there you have it: Samsung Omnia 7, Samsung Focus, HTC HD7, HTC 7 Mozart, HTC Surround, HTC 7 Trophy, HTC 7 Pro, LG Optimus 7, LG Optimus 7 Q / Quantum and finally the Dell Venue Pro. Click on the image after the beak (you can also right click and save it):

  • echoblogger

    great compilation/…..

  • Anonymous

    Great job, thanks!

  • Jesus

    Great job!

  • BucksterMcgee

    great chart, but anyway you can make it a little bigger, so the text isn’t so tiny? Even when you click, the blown up version still has rather small text.

  • eric95c

    Great job, I have some questions :
    -What is 16Gb eMMC for the LG phones?
    -Could you add the information of a micro sd access or not? So If we could expend the memory when buying the model?

    Thanks a lot for this great job!!

  • Anonymous

    I have a question too:

    You list the HD7 as having an TFT/LCD scree, whereas almost every other HTC phone will have a S-LCD. Is that confirmed? And is there a big difference between LCD and S-LCD? Lastly, why would the Hd7, seemingly a “flagship device” get an inferior screen?

  • Anonymous

    Sony, the manufacturer of SLCD’s doesn’t make 4,3″ so it’s definately a normal LCD. A different screen tech would’ve been too expensive en would’ve driven the costs too high to make it profitable.

  • MobileTechWorld

    As Jules said below. Sony doesn’t produce 4.3″ SLCD panels so HTC is stuck with using the same TFT-LCD Panel found on the HD2, EVO and Desire HD.Regarding the “Flagship device” stuff. ..well I guess that size does matter ;) Frankly 4.3″ is too big IMO. But the HD7 really feels like a brand new device compared to the HD2 given how fast it operates thanks to WP7. Screen is just too big for one-handed use IMO.

  • MobileTechWorld

    eMMc stands for Embedded MultiMedia Card. That’s what LG is using in the devices (Samsung is apparently using regular micro-SD cards).
    I will update the table one I have more info about the expansion slots (I know that the Focus and Omnia 7 have one but don’t know anything about the other devices yet).

  • MobileTechWorld

    Hi Buck,The chart is fairly big. Just click on it and it will expand as much as possible with your current screen resolution). Right click and save on your HD to have the full thing.

  • Diego!

    Cool chart, M! But I have some questions:
    1º.- Don’t Samsung Omnia 7 & Focus both have only 256MB RAM?
    2º.- HTC Devices, have all 576MB of RAM except HTC 7 Surround & HTC 7 Pro, which both have “only” 448MB RAM? (It`s on HTC official website, check it out:

    I’m asking you this, because I wanna go for Samsung Focus, but if its RAM is only 256MB I think I will buy my first HTC device, selling one of my kidneys first haha (just kidding! :p )

  • MobileTechWorld

    The Omnia 7 and Focus Ram config is still a mystery but you are right it’s prolly 256 + the the dedicated video memory).
    Regarding the Surround, HTC has a bad habit of changing the Ram config depening on the region and carrier. I have a specs sheet that mention 576 and only 8GB of storageabut it now says 448MB of Ram and 16GB of storage on the HTC website. I’ve Updated the table with this info.


  • Mardig

    Are you sure there is only one device with analog Video Out capabilities?

    Typically Samsung uses the 3.5mm jack for Video Out.

    Also, HTC uses a squared off USB port, athough, I have looked at the photos and looks like a standard micro USB port on the HTC devices, maybe they switched over to the 3.5mm jack as well.

    Also, Paul Thurrott mentioned somewhere about potential Digital Video Out, that being HDMI through the USB port being added at a later date. This would be nice, but would not be the Analog Video Out that many of us need.

    Any more information on this topic would be appreciated.

  • MobileTechWorld

    Hi Mardig,
    Officially TV-Out is only mentioned in the LG Optimus 7 and Optimus Q specifications. The HTC regular Micro-USB port IIRC and no mention of TV-Out in the specs (or the Rom of the devices I had in hand). I wouldn’t be surprised if Digital TV-Out was possible later on (the Samsung Galaxy S supports this feature AFAIK) but there’s no guarantee that this feature is supported by the current hardware (using the regular QSD8250). (Something interesting thought..on of the internal WP7 builds I saw had a TV-Out debug application on the Samsung Taylor prototype…)

  • Anonymous

    According to this Press Release by MS the Samsung Focus has 512mb RAM.

  • MobileTechWorld

    Nice catch mate! Thanks! Table updated!

  • David Olsen

    The HD7 is coming to Telstra in January, so will either be a UMTS 850Mhz ‘version’ or will be quad-band UMTS like the Mozart.

  • Michael Schaeffers

    Mega-charts are awesome, but in this case, some of it is a bit redundant, like Sensors which is the same on every phone.

    Still, looking forward to wp7

  • Tim Conama

    Are you sure that the TV-Out you speak of is an actual connector, or are you talking about the play-to tv (DLNA) output?

  • Tim

    I would think all AT&T phones, Surround, Quantum, and Focus would have 850 and 1900 3g bands. Also the HD7 would have to have the 900 and 1700 bands for T-Mobile

  • Tariqmfh

    I bought Lg optimus 7 because YOU mentioned it has TV out !!!!!! I know there is a cable UTC-200M which fits with the device but I contacted Lg service and they said Lg optimus has NO such function :(

  • Tariqmfh

    are you sure about TV out for Lg optimus 7. I bought the device because this feature is mentioned here but I contacted Lg and they said it has no such feature !!!!!!!!!!!!!