The HTC Mondrian is a real device after all: HTC is confirming this via one of its official websites, and it’s also confirming that the handset runs Windows Phone 7 and features a WVGA (480 x 800) display.
According to previous rumors, the Mondrian should also have a 1.3GHz Snapdragon processor.
The HTC Mondrian might look like in the image below, although this is likely just a WP7 concept design, and not an actual smartphone:
Another WP7 device confirmed by HTC is the HTC Mozart. This features a WVGA display, too, but other details are not known at the moment.
HTC’s Peter Chou said more than once that the company would launch at least one Windows Phone 7 device this year, so let’s wait and see if it’s the Mondrian, the Mozart, the UK-bound Gold, or all three of them.
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