Apart from the fact their is no Windows phone on here, this is a handy bit of infoporn.
courtesy of Dataviz
A very cool illustration :) I think a Windows based phone would fair pretty well on the technical specification side. Where I think Microsoft should know they have challenges are the areas of usability, slickness of UI and the app store.
The Motorola Droid looks to be an extrememly capable unit and I have read some great reviews. The reasons for buying a Microsoft based smartphone are being eroded in my own opinion (I have had one for the last 5 years) These reasons were being able to tether your phone as a modem easily, Exchange email, and Sat Nav capability using TomTom to name a few. I think what Windows Mobile 7 has in store is going to be very intriguing especially if they can match Windows 7's success. I wonder if there will be any news at PDC?
If I were to add the details for the HTC HD2 then you can see such a unit is comparible.
Storage capacity - up to 32GB via microSD
Battery Life - 3G Talk Time:5 hrs Standby: (GSM) 8 hrs
Camera - 5 MP and video capable
Wifi - Yes
GPS- Yes + Digital Compass
Voice Commands - Yes
Formats - Video (.wmv, .asf, .mp4, .3gp, .3g2, .m4v, .avi) Audio (.aac, .amr, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .mp4, .qcp, .wav, .wma )
App Store - Yes (not sure of no. of applications)
Multitasking - Yes
Pricing etc.. I cannot comment on as the phone is yet to be released
where is the Nokia n900, probably one of the most interesting smart phones to come out in the last couple of months. Nokia's first Linux phone.
You left off the off-contract pricing for T-Mobile, you can get an unlimited everything plan for $79.99 per month when you pay full price for your phone and you do not have to sign a contract. Also, the "average" plan is $69.99 per month giving the myTouch an added advantage when purchased off-contract.