I have to say that I do like the style of the Lightning, especially in silver. However, looks only go so far (which is why I do NOT have an iPhone) so if I am still waiting to choose a new phone when these come out then I'll be looking at the feature sets and not just the looks.
As somebody who doesn't really care much about phones, I have to admit, all of those (except the red-headed stepchild, the Aero) are really, really good looking. It won't prod me into getting a new phone, but if I had to, I think I know where I'd go.
Looks like Windows Phone 7 will have another awesome phone at launch. If the OS turns out to be bad, I'll just get that Thunderstorm Android model . I'm glad Microsoft and Google are fostering choices for consumers as opposed to a certain other company that only gives you one basic choice (sometimes they let you choose different colors though).
Seriously though, does anyone else feel blind sided by this sudden wave of awesome Dell tech? I almost thought that company had sunk into obscurity.
Apple logos allow people to show off their ability to afford an Apple product and the perceived 'prestige' that comes with it. Dell's reputation is for dull, mid range PCs mass marketed to homes and offices and not cutting edge designs and tech. This is why some folks here are objecting to the huge Dell logo. However, these products REALLY look beautiful and I can understand Dell wanting their logo there in order to try to shift public perception of the brand.
Love them just wish I didn't have to wait so long. It is a toss up for me between the next iPhone and a WP7 phone. Problem is I currently HATE every iteration of the iPhone so I doubt the next one will change my mind, unfortunately I want a new phone NOW. I love my BB Bold 9000 but sick of such an obsolete OS (4.6).