Although Verizon hasn’t officially announced it yet, the HTC Trophy will be available via the largest US mobile carrier soon – in late March, if the latest rumors are to be believed.
Until then, in case you want to know what Verizon’s Trophy looks like, Engadget has a hands-on photo of it. Save for the Verizon logo above the display (and the CDMA radio inside), the smartpohne is similar to the one launched last year in Europe.
The HTC Trophy will be Verizon’s first Windows Phone 7 device – it won’t be the first WP7 CDMA handset in the US, though, since Sprint is about to release the HTC Arrive (aka HTC 7 Pro) on March 20.
There’s no word on how much the Trophy will cost at Verizon, but it’s most likely less than what you’ll have to pay for the HTC Thunderbolt – the carrier’s first LTE smartphone, which runs Android and should cost $249 (or even $299) on contract.
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