One of the long rumored Windows Phone 7 devices out there is the HTC Mozart, which has just made another appearance into the wild, showing us how it goes along with the new mobile operating system from Microsoft, as well as how it can be paired with various accessories.
The HTC Mozart was seen running Windows Phone 7 on video before, but little was actually known on its hardware specifications until now.
According to the news site, a tipster, the one who provided the video, it seems, also confirmed the phone's specs.
For starters, we should note that the HTC Mozart, provided that this would be its actual name, should be powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD 8250 processor, which would be complemented by 512 MB of ROM and 576 MB of RAM.
Moreover, users should benefit from 8GB of internal memory on this device, without the possibility to expand it via memory cards, it seems.
Mozart is also said to include a 3.7-inch Super LCD touchscreen display that boasts a WVGA resolution, as well as an 8-megapixel photo snapper with Xenon flash.
A LI-PO 1300 mAh battery would provide the device with power, while dual mode UMTS/HSPA (2100/900) and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) enable it to connect to European networks.
Other specifications of this device should include Audio DSP with SRS and Dolby Mobile.
All in all, it seems that HTC might be readying some very appealing Windows Phone 7 devices for its users, though there are great chances that other handsets would pack even more impressive features when made official.
For the time being, no specific info on when the HTC Mozart would be brought to shelves emerged, nor on its pricing.