Mobile phone carrier T-Mobile USA is expected to add to its airwaves in the near future a new device running under Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system, namely the HTC 7 Mozart.
Specific info on the exact release date for the handset did not emerge for the time being, but it seems that the wireless carrier is ramping up to launch it very soon.
Moreover, the guys over at TmoNews
also suggest that T-Mobile might be set to bring to shelves two different versions of the phone, including an 8GB version and a 16GB variant.
However, while this aspect is only a rumor for the time being, the supposed upcoming landing of HTC 7 Mozart
is expected to be confirmed officially in the shortest period of time.
Specific info on the price tag this Windows Phone 7 device might sport at T-Mobile lack at the moment, and details on its exact specifications are missing as well.
The phone is expected to make it to shelves with support for T-Mobile’s fast HSPA+ network, though only a formal announcement would shed more light on the matter.
Until exact details become available, you might want to have a look at the specifications list for the HTC 7 Mozart device that made it to shelves in other markets around the world. The handset
comes with a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen display that boasts a 800 x 480 pixels resolution, and is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, complemented by 512MB of RAM and 576MB of ROM.
The phone would also include an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with auto focus Xenon flash, and 720p HD Video recording capabilities.
The HTC 7 Mozart
is also touted as being crafted from a single piece of “anodized aluminum,” the same as other smartphones from HTC.
Since there is no confirmation on the handset's arrival at T-Mobile, we'll take this with a grain of salt. Keep an eye on this space for additional details on the matter.