Windows Phone 7: HTC 7 Trophy, HTC 7 Mozart and HTC 7 Pro (for Sprint) announced
HTC is the handset maker that announced the highest number of Windows Phone 7 devices today: 5.
All WP7 handsets from HTC feature HTC Hub, which includes unique applications and “complements the Windows Phone 7 Hub and Tile experience.”
The HTC 7 Trophy (pictured below) comes with a 3.8 inch WVGA display, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, SRS WOW HD audio technology, 5MP autofocus camera, HD video recording, 576MB RAM, 512MB ROM, and 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The HTC 7 Mozart (seen below) is made out of a single piece of anodized aluminum and offers a 3.7 inch WVGA display and an 8MP autofocus camera with Xenon flash. Its other features are similar to the ones of the Trophy.
The HTC 7 Pro features a sliding QWERTY keyboard and it’s a CDMA device. It will be available in the first half of 2011 via Sprint (and maybe also via Verizon, although Microsoft said nothing about this).
Here’s a complete list of carriers that will offer HTC’s Windows Phone 7 devices starting late October (notice how the HD7 is not made for T-Mobile USA only):
- HTC 7 Surround will be available at AT&T (in the US) and Bell (in Canada)
- HTC HD7 will be out via T-Mobile
- Sprint will launch the HTC 7 Pro (in 2011, as mentioned above)
- HTC 7 Mozart will be available via Orange (UK, France, Switzerland, Spain and Austria) and T-Mobile (Germany and Austria)
- HTC HD7 will be available at Telefonica / O2 (UK, Ireland, Germany and Spain), and via Bouygues Telecom in France
- HTC 7 Trophy will be launched by Vodafone (in the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Austria and Switzerland)
- Both the HD7 and Mozart will be “broadly available in Italy”
- HTC HD7 will be launched by Telstra (Australia), Singtel (Singapore), Maxis (Malaysia), Taiwan Mobile, and three carriers in Hong Kong
- HTC 7 Mozart will be out via Telstra, Starhub (Singapore), Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan), and three carriers in Hong Kong
- HTC 7 Trophy will be sold by Vodafone (in Australia and New Zealand) and M1 (in Singapore)
HTC didn’t announce the prices its WP7 smartphones will have around the world, but these are, of course, country and carrier dependent.
Via Press release