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HTC Trophy Announced as Verizon's First WP7 Device

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May 23, 2011, 9:57 AM

Have you ever used a WP7 device?

I'm a huge Smart-Phone user. From the first NeoPoint phones (circa 1994) to the latest Android, Blackberry or iPhone - I've used them all.

One of my customers is in Bellevue (yes it's Microsoft) so I though it would be clever to buy an HD7 (t-mobile) just to make a point. I wasn't really expecting to like the phone, it was just for the politics.

I was instantly hooked... ...reluctantly. It appeared they threw out all of the old notions of a smart-phone and said - "What should it do?".

Even in it's infant stages it blew away my Verizon iPhone, HTC EVO and Blackberry storm. Just simple things like the way that the fonts are laid out to the home screen tiles. I'm not easily swayed but in this case I couldn't help it.


May 19, 2011, 11:55 AM

Didn't Verizon say Windows 7 was a waste of time?

At least that's what they said when MS and Nokia announced their partnership.
Maybe they came to light with this one. There are a lot of Xbox Live users out there and Sony has their phone so maybe this can be that phone that Xbox fans want. Plus its at a cheap price so it may sell. Me personally I wouldn't buy it.

May 19, 2011, 9:25 AM


This phone is not available May 19 which is today. So how to Phonescoop.com post this info when it easily could have been verified. I don't see any info at work stating the release of the HTC Trophy. Just training info.
Well looks like they correct the article. that was fast.
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