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HTC Mozart Specs Appear Online


HTC Mozart Specs Appear Online

Windows Phone 7 is almost upon us with the launch scheduled for this Monday, so the time is right for some good old fashioned leaked images and specs of one of the first phones.

According to Engadget, the HTC Mozart will feature a 3.7in LCD display with 800 x 480 resolutions, be powered by a 1GHz CPU, and have a beefy 8-megapixel at the rear. This will be equipped with a Xenon flash and offer 720p recording.

There’s also Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS, and 802.11n Wi-Fi. The 8GB of memory seems a little lacking however, but we should be wowed by what Engadget calls a ‘bevy of sensors’ for ambient light, gravity, compass and proximity.

The expected tariff is £35 a month and as we already know, Windows Phone 7 handsets will be available on all networks.

Via: Engadget


October 5, 2010, 9:44 am

"The 8MB of memory seems a little lacking however"? I'll say ;p

Most of these leaked handsets are coming with 8GB, leaving around 7GB spare for the user. From what i'm lead to believe you can't use expandable storage. I want to see what the deal is with that as it seems really short sighted.

We will find out when the first devices start shipping but if they have such low storage then...what's the point of touting all the media features?

*Pictures, video, music and games all on your phone!...well, a small collection of each of those things.

Introducing the new Windows Phone 7. Keep your PC close by.*

Good marketing :)

Hamish Campbell

October 5, 2010, 12:15 pm

Wireless 'n'? I had presumed all phones were only g to save power, but was is just to save money?


October 5, 2010, 1:03 pm

I'm with @Runadumb on this. 8GB is no where near enough, not when memory is relatively cheap and it's quite possible to fit 32GB or 64GB - particularly without a slot for expansion.


October 5, 2010, 1:23 pm

Its a typo, the Engadget website actually says 8GB, however saying that as you say the WP7 isnt supposed to support micro SD so 8GB seems quite small really, personally I seem to need about 16GB minimum, especially if it the phone is recording video at 720p!

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