HTC 7 Mozart smartphone

HTC 7 Mozart review: This Windows Phone 7 smartphone features an attractive aluminium unibody design, but is let down by limited internal memory

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
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    0.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 864.00 (AUD)

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unable to personalise ring tones, will not send pictures, terrible battery life, worst phone I've ever owned.
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Battery lucky to last 24 hours on standby, basic ring tones, slide to answer phones often freezes and many calls are missed, unable to share photos through text messaging, when updates etc turned on battery life is reduced to less than 6 hours. Overall for all the hype I found this phone to be a huge disappointment and would not reccommend anyone by one.

sonja perry



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I agree with previous posts, I have been trying in vain to find a way to send cute videos of the kids via the email option and then found it said in the quick guide it does say "can only email pics". I wouldn't have got it if I knew that. There are so many other things that annoy me tho! I have missed countless calls because somehow the ringer keeps turning itself off - this phone is too sensitive for a normal human to use!! the type keys are unreliable and you can't easily skip bak to correct mistakes...and any sudden movement and you lose it! Then at other times you have to tap tap tap to open the apps..I could go on and on with the dramas it has, ( oh yes and the apparently fab 8 megapixel camera has been useless as any movement at all blurs it)Not to mention that i'm struggling to find a way to get the pics onto my computer..I think I will take it back to the shop and see if maybe a replacement may have fewer glitches..

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