HTC will be release a new Windows Phone 7 called HTC Mozart. This smartphone is similar to Nexus One (without a trackball), runs Microsoft Windows Phone 7 OS and has Super-LCD instead of AMOLED.
HTC Mozart powered by QSD 8250 Qualcomm 1GHz processor, a 3.7-inch WVGA Super LCD display, 8MP CMOS camera with Resolution 3264×2448 pixels and Xenon flash, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth A2DP with v2.1, and LI-PO Battery 1300 mAh. This device also support Video Player WMV9/ MP4/ H.263/ H.264 player, FM Radio Stereo with RDS, Face detection, and Geo-tagging
For memory and frequencies, HTC Mozart will have 512MB of ROM, 8GB of internal storage, 576MB RAM and also comes with quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and dual-band UMTS/HSPA (2100/900 MHz) connectivity. That’s the European 3G frequenices, so this particular variant is slated for Europe. But That doesn’t rule out a HTC Mozart for T-Mobile US or AT&T though. Both of those carriers have a long track record of carrying HTC’s Windows Mobile devices.
The specs breakdown of the HTC Mozart smartphone makes it look like HTC has simply retooled an HTC Desire to run Windows Phone 7, but we can assure you that the two phones will definitely give consumers two unique experiences.
So far there aren’t any details about the release date or price tag of the HTC Mozart but we expected launch of Windows Phone 7 pegged for the end of October.