HTC Trophy Will Bring Windows Phone 7 to Verizon on June 2

Posted by at 10:34 am on May 19, 2011

Verizon today confirmed the launch of the HTC Trophy.  Its first-ever Windows Phone 7 device expands on  the international original by including both Verizon’s native CDMA  network support  along with GSM for world roaming.   Microsoft’s focus on a clean experience keeps the bundled apps to Slacker Radio and a Verizon account app along with the HTC Hub mini-app portal.

Inside, the phone still has its 3.8-inch, 480×800 display, 1GHz Snapdragon  processor, and five-megapixel camera with 720p video capture.  Verizon’s edition  has 16GB of storage built-in, giving it the better of the two capacities HTC  normally hands out.  Windows Phone 7’s NoDo update is already installed.

Additional Features

  • Global ready – allowing customers to enjoy wireless voice and data service in more than 200 countries, with more than 125 with 3G speeds
  • View and edit Microsoft Office documents, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint with the Office Hub and data access on SharePoint servers

The relative age of  the Trophy is keeping its price down to $149.99 on a contract.  To avoid conflicts  with the Droid X2 and Xperia Play, Verizon is shipping HTC’s phone a week later, on  June 2.

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