Best Windows Phone 7 mobiles

The best Windows Phone 7 mobiles: We round-up the best smartphones on the market running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 platform

Microsoft's all-new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, is an entirely different beast to its clunky predecessor, Windows Mobile 6.5. It features an attractive, fresh and easy-to-use interface, Facebook integration and a full mobile office suite. While it is far from perfect, its refreshing look and consistent performance makes it a valid alternative to competing smartphone platforms. HTC, Samsung and LG have all produced smartphones running Windows Phone 7 in Australia; we round-up the best models available.

Read our comprehensive Windows Phone 7 review.

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Samsung Omnia 7

Windows Phone 7 smartphones may be extremely similar, but the Samsung Omnia 7 manages to stick its head above the pack thanks to its gorgeous Super AMOLED display and an excellent design. If you're in the market for a Windows Phone 7 smartphone, the Omnia 7 should be at the top of your list.

  • Review Date:
  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 21st Oct., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Samsung
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  • Pros:
  • 4in Super AMOLED display, excellent fit and finish, attractive industrial-style design
  • Cons:
  • Only 8GB of internal memory, no camera lens cover, Now hub offers nothing compelling, hard to record steady video footage
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