HTC Trophy Forums Up and Running
As we get closer to the end of the year, and thus the release of brand new devices, xda-developers keeps listening to the needs of its ever growing user base. As such, you may have noticed that over the last couple of months, we have added a myriad of new forums for new devices and some that have not been released yet (most of them WP7 devices). To add another one to the batch, the administration team has been getting many requests to add a device that has leaked out not too long ago, the HTC Trophy. According to this thread, our friends at WMPoweruser have a detailed spec sheet for this device. Skimming though it, we found that this phone will have:
- Windows Phone 7 (chassis 1)
- 1 GHz Snapdragon Processor (QSD 8250)
- 576 MB of Ram
- 512 MB of ROM and 8 GB flash memory (fixed, non-removable)
- 3.8″ TFT LCD with WVGA resolution and multi-touch support
- 5 MP camera with LED flash and auto-focus
While the device specs are fairly in line with all the other announced and leaked WP7 devices coming into the market, it will be rather interesting to see what this device is capable of and to see if it will live up to its name.
You can join the discussions, add your two cents, or simply find more info about this upcoming device in the Trophy’s forum.
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