Leaked press shots of Verizon's HTC Trophy indicate an inevitable release

Leaked press shots of Verizon's HTC Trophy indicate an inevitable release
So far, it seems that Verizon’s HTC Trophy is still speculated to launch on May 12th, and even though things have been relatively quiet in Verizon’s camp regarding the handset, there is a good indication that it’s on track for release.

Aiding the efforts in possibly seeing or hearing about its launch, official press photos of the Verizon bound Windows Phone 7 smartphone have been leaked giving us a full view of what to expect with the device. Seeing the Verizon branding etched prominently on there for everyone to take notice, it signals that Microsoft’s platform is finally being circulated amongst the four major domestic wireless carriers – and the timing couldn’t have been any better! Surely it’s taking Verizon quite some time to finally open its doors to Microsoft’s new mobile platform, but we’re still waiting for that official confirmation to land.

Nonetheless, if the rumors of it launching on May 12th are true, then we should hear about it over the course of the next few days. In the meantime, you can simply drool over the leaked press shots to check out every nook and cranny of the smartphone.

source: PocketNow via IntoMobile

Leaked press shots of Verizon's HTC Trophy indicate an inevitable release

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1. phbelov

Posts: 124; Member since: Mar 25, 2011

Today is a day of leaks of the HTC devices.

2. aphrophyre unregistered

It didn't leak today, it did last week onwww.pocketnow.com Either way this phone has been known about for ages, its been leaked up to 6-7 months ago when Windows Phone 7 launch devices were announced.

3. MalakiMills

Posts: 257; Member since: Jun 15, 2010

Windows Phone 7 doesn't really pull me in much. I mean it's a pretty OS and the hardware is alright, but it just doesn't seem that great to me, but i've only tried it out for a little while so I will have to give this a peek when it comes out.

4. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

u need to get one to really see it... it is amazingly intuitive

6. HTC_Fan1 unregistered

Looks sharp, but Windows really needs to work on their marketing if they are going to survive the "mobile game"!

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