HTC Trophy Review

We were finally able to get our hand on HTC Trophy – new smartphone by the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer that uses the Windows 7 Phone operating system. Let’s look in more detail the various features of the product, to better understand what kind of smartphone it is.

HTC Trophy Technical Specs
The HTC 7 Trophy is GSM quad-band compatible with third-generation networks and HSDPA (Maximum download speed of 7.2 Mbps and 2 Mbps upload speed). It also has WiFi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

Trophy has TFT LCD 3.8-inch capacitive touchscreen with WVGA (480 x 800 pixels), and is able do display over 16 million colors. The camera is 5 megapixel with autofocus, digital zoom and video recording capabilities.

As with most of the latest generation of smartphones, HTC Touch 7 Trophy also has various sensors, such as proximity and brightness sensors. It also has digital compass and A-GPS.

Mobile internet is fast and easy to use with the large screen. The HTC Trophy supports 3G internet so you can enjoy high speed internet. There is also Wi-Fi available so phone can be connected to wireless internet access in the area.
The HTC Trophy also features multimedia applications and has 5.0 megapixel camera that you have very nice pictures and videos to enjoy. Besides the camera it also has an extensive media player that can be made use as an mp3 player and this smartphone also supports MP4 and WMV.

The RAM of the device amounts to 576 MB, while the ROM is 512 MB. The available space is 8 GB, but unfortunately there is no expansion slot for additional memory. The chosen processor is Qualcomm QSD 8250 to 1 GHz, real guarantee of power and performance. Also worthy of note, an FM radio and Lithium-Ion 1350 mAh.

In terms of software, the Trophy uses the Sense UI with many renewed widgets, as well as applications installed with the Microsoft operating system.

8 thoughts on “HTC Trophy Review”

  1. We are the same batch I also like cellphones with Wifi. Considering that almost every corner of the word has Wifi accessibility.

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