Verizon HTC Trophy Windows Phone 7 ‘Global’ Smartphone to Take Time Till June For Roll Out

March 4, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We had sometime in November 2010 told you that the HTC Trophy would finally be yours during early 2011. The month of launch we expected had been March. March 2011 is already here and we were puzzled as to why we don’t hear anything on the release of the enticing HTC Trophy.

We had expected some kind of a clarification, but we had not expected it to be postponement news whatsoever. We just got wind of grapevine talk that the HTC Trophy will indeed come, but not before June this year. It is only March now, but June isn’t that far away, right?

The HTC Trophy makes us wait for the fact that it would be Verizon Wireless’ first Windows Phone 7 device. As you all know, the HTC Trophy comes with Microsoft’s first major software update for Windows Phone 7 – prerequisite for CDMA phones to work well.

The global CDMA/quad-band GSM device will boast of a 3.8-inch WVGA, capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480×800 and has a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash.

Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 1GHz processor, the device will also feature WiFi b/g/n, 16GB of storage, 576MB of RAM, 512MB ROM, Bluetooth 2.1, and comes with a standard Li-Ion 1300mAh battery.

Folks at wpcentral managed to get some info by way of a screen snap which shows mode selection under settings. Look at it and you will know you can see the CDMA/GSM settings made available for customer use.

As it has already been hyped, this one is a global phone indeed! Tell us if you are keen on going for this when it finally arrives. By the way, are you willing to wait till June?

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