The HTC Mozart carries a 3.7" touchscreen with 480 X 800 pixels of resolution, 512 MB ROM and 576 MB of RAM on a 1GHz chipset. Its dimensions are 4.69 X 2.37 X 0.47 inches mm (119 X 60.2 X 11.9), and the weight is 130 grams (4.59 ounces) with the 1300mAh battery. The internal storage is pinned at 8GB.
This is the most camera-centric of all Windows Phone 7 devices, with its 8MP shooter and Xenon flash duo, capable of HD video recording.
The HTC Trophy ups the ante with a 3.7" screen, but the rest of the hardware specs are identical to the HTC Mozart. The size is 4.67 X 2.42 X 0.47 inches (118.5 X 61.5 X 11.96 mm), and it weighs slightly more at 140 grams (4.94 ounces) with the same 1300mAh battery. The other notable difference with the HTC Mozart is the camera - the HTC Trophy sports the standard for WP7 5MP shooter with LED flash, capable of high-def video at 720p.
Dolby Mobile and SRS surround sound are present on both phones, and, it seems, on all HTC Windows Phone 7 handsets.
We really can't wait to get our hands on the HTC Mozart and its 8MP shooter with Xenon flash. HTC Mozart is slated for release on Orange in France and the UK, and on Deutsche Telekom AG in Germany. The HTC Trophy will appear first on Vodafone in Germany, Spain and the UK.
HTC Mozart Specifications
HTC Trophy Specifications