Technical specifications of the upcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphone, the HTC 7 Trophy, have been leaked online.
According to WMPoweruser, the HTC 7 Trophy is said to sport a 3.8-inch touchscreen panel, a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 processor, 576MB RAM, a five-megapixel camera with LED flash and 8.5GB internal storage. Unfortunately, the standard microSD slot found in most HTC devices appears to have been left out.
On the plus side, standard features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, three-axis sensors, digital compass, 3G/HSUPA compability and A-GPS are all present. The kit also comes with a number of widgets preinstalled, including one titled ‘Love/Love me not’, the purpose of which is currently unknown.
Based on these specifications, the Trophy can best be described as a slightly smaller, slimmer brother to HTC’s flagship Windows Phone 7 blower, the HD7. Though whether or not either handset will have the same weight going up against HTC’s Android line-up remains to be seen.
Sources close to Microsoft have recently revealed that the software giant is planning several Windows Phone 7 launch events in Europe on October 21st to officially unveil the handsets.