Full Specs of HTC 7 Trophy (Spark) Available

By on 27 Sep 2010, 07:05 GMT

Hot on the heels of leaked full specifications of another highly expected Windows Phone 7 device from Taiwanese handset vendor HTC Corporation, the HTC HD7, the list of hardware specs for HTC 7 Trophy, expected to run under Microsoft's new OS, has made an appearance into the wild not too long ago.

The full specs of HTC 7 Trophy emerged over at WMPoweruser, which claims that we're looking at the same device as the HTC Spark, which leaked on the web a few months ago along with a series of other HTC smartphones.

Moreover, the news site has it that the HTC 7 Trophy would be nothing more than a smaller flavor of the high-end HTC HD7, which also had its full specs brought to the Internet recently.

What we should expect for the new HTC 7 Trophy to pack inside, if this turns out to be its actual market name, includes a 3.8-inch touchscreen display that boasts a WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) resolution, along with a 1GHz application processor from Qualcomm.

Moreover, the phone should arrive with 576MB of RAM, complemented by 512MB of ROM and 8GB of internal memory.

The upcoming mobile phone is also expected to pack a 5-megapixel photo snapper with auto focus and LED flash, and with a 2-step camera button.

Other specifications of HTC 7 Trophy would include support for 3G networks (7.2 Mbps HSPA), Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity options, as well as aGPS.

Moreover, this Windows Phone 7 device would pack motion sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack, and more. A 1,300 mAh battery should power this handset.

All in all, it seems that HTC is readying some pretty appealing Windows Phone 7 devices, though it still remains to be seen when they will arrive on shelves, and which markets would receive them next month, when the new mobile OS is launched officially.

Since the HTC 7 Trophy packs only European 3G bands, we should expect it to hit countries on the old continent in the first place, with Vodafone Germany named as a possible carrier for it.

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