HTC 7 Trophy smartphone

HTC 7 Trophy review: The HTC 7 Trophy is a Windows Phone 7 smartphone that offers a 3.8in SLCD display and a 5-megapixel camera, but the 8GB of internal memory is disappointing.

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 799.00 (AUD)

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Good LCD clarity, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm audio jack, good 1Ghz CPU
bluetooth only for headset devices( can't transfer files to/from phone), 5 megapixel camera is ust awful(even my old k800i could take higher quality photos under any light conditions), not anough apps, no smiley gadget pictures(only symbols and characters), no java apps, can't copy and install apps from PC(only online through Zune software or Marketplace), no cover fo camera lens, only 8GB memory
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I bought this phone a few weeks ago (back in mid June)Generally speaking, this phone is not highly customizable(same as other windows phones). I personally wouldn't recommend this phone to anyone who has Android phones already. From my personal experience, Android 2.3 rocks! windows is still way behind the mobile OS market in terms of customer satisfaction.

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