|Price||512 Euro ($724)||564 Euro ($799)||420 Euro ($594)|
|Screen||4.7 inch Super LCD||4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus||3.7 Clear Black AMOLED, Curved Gorilla Glass|
|Processor speed||1.5 Ghz||1.4 ghz||1.4 Ghz|
|Storage||16 GB||16 GB||16 GB|
|Camera||8 Megapixel||8 Megapixel||8 Megapixel Carl Zeiss|
|FF Camera||1.3 Megapixel||1.3 Megapixel||None|
|Battery||1600 mAh||1650 mAh||1450 mAH|
|Size||131.5mm x 70.7mm x 9.9mm||126 x 66.8 x 8.5mm||116.5 x 61.2 x 12.1 mm|
|Weight||160 g||110 g||142 g|
|Special Features||HTC Sense Hub, HTC Watch, Dock||Samsung Now Hub||Nokia Drive, Nokia Music, other exclusive games and apps|
Now that all the major Windows Phone OEMs have shown us their cards for the holiday season, which handset will our readers be choosing?
The HTC Titan benefits from its massive screen 4.7 inch, HTC community support, a pretty good camera and video calling and will also come with accessories such as a dock. It will also be widely available worldwide. (Full specs here)
The Samsung Focus S has a smaller but likely even better quality 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, and is of course the thinnest and lightest of the lot, and also has the biggest battery. The biggest disadvantage with the handset is the limited regional support â€“ so far it seems to be an AT&T exclusive. Additionally Samsung has a reputation of messing up updates, although I assume Microsoft will not let this happen again. (Full specs here)
The Nokia Lumia 800 is the most stylish of the high end Windows Phone 7 group, but besides this has the smallest screen, is the thickest, has the smallest (non-removable) battery, has no gyroscope and no front-facing camera. It will however benefit from exclusive software, such as free full voice-guided GPS navigation, free streaming music via Nokia Music and as much as 27 exclusive apps. (Full specs here.)
Let us know which high-end Windows phone 7.5 handset you will be choosing over the next 2 months, or whether you will be giving this round a miss, and tell us why in the comments below.