The HTC HD 7 sports a 4.3-inch display and has the proprietary HTC Sense tile for you to access the time, weather and other personalized widgets you need.
At the top is the power button, while the volume controls and camera key are on right. The HD 7 also features a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, which can also capture 720p HD video.
The other HTC Windows Phone 7 we spotted at the event is the HTC 7 Mozart. The Mozart has a smaller 3.7-inch screen as compared to the HD 7, but is slightly thicker.
The buttons layout on the Mozart is similar to the HD 7, though the 3.5mm audio jack is also at the top, with the power button. The HTC 7 Mozart also features a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash.
From November, the HTC HD7 will be exclusively available with SingTel at a suggested retail price of S$938; HTC 7 Mozart will be exclusively available with StarHub at a suggested retail price of S$868; HTC 7 Trophy will be exclusively available with M1 at a suggested retail price of S$798.
The Samsung Omnia 7 has a 4-inch display and features a Super AMOLED screen, like its Galaxy S sibling, which provides higher color vibrancy.
The microUSB connector and 3.5mm audio port is at the top, and the rear holds the 5-megapixel camera with LED flash.
The Samsung Omnia 7 is scheduled to be available by end of October, at a retail price of S$998