HTC Trophy appears in the wild

HTC Trophy appears in the wild
The HTC Trophy which will most likely be the first handset featuring Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 operating system to hit the Verizon network has made a special appearance in the wild for all of our viewing pleasure.

The high-resolution photo clearly shows the HTC Trophy with a Verizon tattoo gracing the top of the front bezel just below the speaker. The Trophy closely resembles another WP7 handset, the HTC Surround which is found on the AT&T network.

Specifications for the HTC Trophy are expected to be similar to the HTC Surround although it could be running the newest version of the OS. The newest version of Microsoft’s mobile platform is expected to bring features such as cut, copy and paste as well as support for multi-tasking.

Is there anybody out there that has been holding out on purchasing an Android phone or even the Apple iPhone 4 for Verizon in hopes of getting a Windows Phone 7 device? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Engadget


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7 Comments

1. jms03 unregistered

I think they should just hurry up and release it cause im sick and tired of android. ready for something fresh

2. CRICKETownz

Posts: 980; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

WP7 shows some potential but from reviews (at this point) seems to be missing those basic functionalities that we take for granted. the OS is still too young...needs to mature a little more. but the presence of Xbox live is forward thinking in itself.

3. SemperFiV12

Posts: 949; Member since: Nov 09, 2010

But I dont want pop out speakers... I want a qwerty pad.... which is what I thought was going to be coming out... COME ON ALREADY MICROSOFT! I want a WP7 already ahhhhh!!!

4. Guest unregistered

I wasnt impressed with windows phone 7 coming from winmo 6.5. Its pretty much a goddamn iphone with a windows logo on it. Microsoft f'd that one up...

6. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

oh ya definitely, cause yaknow, the homescreens look exactly the same right? I mean i dont see any difference at all!

5. langman26

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 17, 2010

Definately been waiting for the wp7 for verizon, switched to att for a few days and had no coverage, great network meets great OS, android too fragmented, iOS is only about the apps, wp7 shows promise because its about the experience not simply the apps.

7. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

well the only reason not to get one is cause of the list of apps.. it is a pain to scroll trying to find it

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