HTC Mondrian And Mozart Confirmed To Run Windows Phone 7 OS

July 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The XML files for HTC’s upcoming handsets called Mondrian and Mozart posted on the company’s official MMS specifications page have finally confirmed that Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 will fulfill the role of operating software in both the phones.

Though the XML files for both the handsets do not reveal too much information regarding various key specifications of the devices, they do list the browser ID for both the handsets as “Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile 7” which is a part of the Windows Phone 7 OS. The handsets have also been revealed to feature WVGA screens with a resolution of 800×480 pixels.

The Windows Phone 7 OS on both the handsets will offer support for A2DP Bluetooth during its launch, unlike Apple’s latest smartphone. The HTC handsets will also have various headset and hands-free profiles, despite the absence of a physical keyboard.

HTC has not announced the launch date and intended mobile carriers for both the handsets, although they have been rumored to become available later this year. The HTC Mozart , according to a Telstra roadmap leak, is expected to hit stores in October.

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