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Windows Phones are slowly finding their feet in the burgeoning handset market, and are making more of an impression now. The poor Windows Mobile 6.5 was often touted by many as one of the worst mobile phone systems around, mainly because of the hassle it took people to begin using it and getting through simple tasks by pressing a variety of buttons. However, with the release of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft set a precedent for the newer operating systems, making one of the most beautiful, most accessible and one of the most user friendly mobile operating systems at present. Fully optimized for touch display and providing a range of different features to users, the Windows Phone operating system saw more improvements with the release of Windows Phone 7.5, which added extra capabilities such as multiple apps usage, etc. So, which is the best Windows Phone that you can get in the market?

HTC HD7

The HTC HD7 is one of the first smart phones that were released with the Windows Phone 7 operating system. It included a single core 1 GHz processor, a beautiful 4.0” capacitive touch screen and a 5 MP camera. The phone was well received and is one of the most popular HTC phones in various different countries. The HD7 was touted as one of the best Windows Phone devices, until other devices were released. HTC has ceased production of this device, but the phone did play a major part in propelling the Windows Phone 7 interface into one of the major operating systems on the market.

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The Dell Venue Pro

Featuring an AMOLED 4.0” inch stunning screen and a slide down QWERTY keyboard, the Dell Venue Pro was regarded by many as being one of the largest devices in the market. However, its stunning looks made it one of the most beautiful devices as well. With chrome accents on each side and a beautiful backside, the Dell Venue Pro is by far one of the best Windows Phone devices that you can get.

The Nokia Lumia Series

The Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia Lumia 900 marked the first foray for Nokia in the smart phone market, after it announced a partnership with Microsoft earlier on. Beautifully made smart phones with 3.7” and 4.0” capacitive screens, both the devices were well received, although they failed to meet expectations as many had anticipated. However, for people on the go, this is a great device with lots of features.

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