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Bunch of new Mango Windows Phones show up on WP Bench

Guess what folks? It's silly season. And Windows Phone Mango is so close.

The image you see to the right is from the excellent app WP Bench (Zune link) and it lists no less than 8 devices that are presumably new Mango phones (or variations) that are in people's hands, evidently being tested against each other. The relevant ones from the list:

Some of those are familiar, but the LG LS831 seems new, the Omega gets a number (C110e), the i937 from Samsung seems active, who knows what the "Na Na" and the "Nokia XXX" are. Anyways, nice to know these devices are getting into people's hands. [Note: LG C900x, Asus E600, Samsung GT-I8710, HTC PC93100, T8697 are older phones for developers or on the market already]

Big thanks to developer Robert Varga of WP Bench., for the screen shot!

Daniel Rubino
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Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

  • Na Na could well be "Not applicable Not applicable" for manufacturer and model?
  • I'm glad to see another Nokia device. I'm hoping it is a high end "wow" device as the sea ray is just ok. I hope it is Verizon bound if it is with LTE since we know LTE is supported in WP7.
  • Yeah the rumor was that Sea Ray isn't actually coming to the US but another higher end one is and that Verizon was getting it. No idea if it has any merit, but oh that would be sweet.
  • I wouldn't be surprised if the guys at XDA-developers were more than capable of cooking up roms with made up device names, which they can then run WPBench on.. to get the above results. Could be funny actually, start some rumours. I doubt anyone would fall for an "Apple Windows Phone 7", entry though!
  • Nana = Seven In Japanese..
  • No it doesn't.
  • Yes it is. The kon reading for Seven is Nana. And the On reading is shichi. U gotta be sure when u correct someone. Or if u are sure it is not nana, u have link some website to give u support in what u are saying. Same thing happens with: Zero/rei, s hi / yon and ku/kyuu.Regards
  • I just found this article in Wikipedia: it for urself :)
  • The Nokia **** is so s3xy that you have to be 18 to look at it. It's pure s3x ....
  • Just posted this to another thread, but the Samsung SGH i937 (Kupua) and an HTC PI39100 (Bunyip) showed up on an alleged AT&T product roadmap for Q4 of this year on phandroid: intrigued...