11 Windows Phone 7 handsets, five UK networks. If you're finding it hard to keep up with all the announcements from WP7 launch yesterday you're not alone. So here's one single place where you can find a breakdown of each model and details on which networks they'll appear.
HTC HD7 A monster with 4.3in 480 x 800 pixel display, backed up by the ubiquitous Qualcomm MSM8250 1GHz chipset, a choice of 8GB or 16GB of internal memory and a 5MP camera with autofocus, dual LED flash and 720p video recording. Weighs in at a substantial 162g, but it is reasonably pocket friendly at 162g and packs in Dolby Mobile and SRS Surround Sound. HTC's flagship WP7 device.
UK Networks: O2 (initially exclusive) - on sale from 21 October
HTC 7 Mozart 3.7in 480 x 800 screened powerhouse with 8GB of native storage (WP7 doesn't support memory cards), an 8MP camera with autofocus, Xenon flash and 720p video recording. Also powered by a Qualcomm MSM8250 1GHz chipset (the same chipset used in all HTC's Windows Phone 7 handsets).
UK Networks: Orange (initially exclusive) - on sale from 21 October
HTC 7 Trophy (formerly Spark) Anticipated to be the cheapest Windows Phone 7 handset at launch, the 7 Trophy still packs a 3.8in 480 x 800 display, 8GB of internal memory and the 5MP auto-focusing, LED flash camera with 720p video recording seen in the 7 Pro and 7 Surround (below). A £25pm contract will be enough to land this handset, though we await the length of contract required (assume two years). 118.5 x 61.5 x 11.96 mm and 140g.
UK Networks - Vodafone - on sale from 21 October
HTC 7 Surround Formerly known as the Mondrian, has a slightly (physically) enlarged 3.8in 480 x 800 pixel display, 16GB of native storage and a 5MP camera - also with autofocus and 720p recording, but just an LED flash. The bizarre differentiator here is a slide out speaker compatible with Dolby Mobile and SRS Surround Sound.
UK Networks: Currently US and Canada only - on sale from 21 October
HTC 7 Pro With a 3.6in 480 x 800 pixel display the Pro remarkably has the smallest screen of any HTC WP7 phone and the second smallest of any available after the 3.5in LG Optimus 7Q. That doesn't stop the 7 Pro matching the specs of the 7 Surround though with an identical camera and internal memory. It also features a sliding Qwerty keyboard for the virtual-keyboard-phobic. Dimensions are 117.5 x 59 x 15.5mm and weight a muscle building 183.5g.
UK Networks: Currently US Only (Sprint), but a UK release is in the pipeline