HTC 7 Trophy smartphone (preview)

The HTC 7 Trophy is one of two HTC Windows Phone 7 smartphones to be available on launch day, offering a 3.8in SLCD display and a 5-megapixel camera.

Available exclusively through Vodafone in Australia, the HTC 7 Trophy is a Windows Phone 7 smartphone that offers a 3.8in SLCD display and a 5-megapixel camera that doubles as a HD video recorder.

The HTC 7 Trophy doesn't share the same unibody design as the otherwise very similar HTC 7 Mozart, or the HTC Desire HD, but it has a slightly larger display — 3.8in compared with the HTC 7 Mozart's 3.7in screen. Like all HTC phones that run the Windows Phone 7 operating system, the 7 Trophy comes with HTC Hub, a portal that provides access to a number of apps including weather, a photo enhancer, a sound enhancer, notes and stocks.

The HTC 7 Trophy is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, and has 8GB of internal memory and 576MB of RAM. It weighs 140g. Like all Windows Phone 7 devices, it lacks external storage, so there is no microSD card slot for extra memory. It has a standard LED camera flash.

The HTC 7 Trophy also has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a G-sensor (gyroscope), an ambient light sensor and built-in GPS. It will be available exclusively through Vodafone in Australia from 21 October. Pricing is yet to be announced.

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