HTC's offerings for Windows Phone 7 started at a high note, and they're continuing on their ride with the Mozart. When we picked it up, it felt comfortable in the hand, and it's CNC "unibody" aluminum constructions made us think back to the HTC Legend. The Mozart may not be the biggest of the bunch, but it certainly packs in the features, just like every other Windows Phone 7 device that has been announced and unveiled today.
The Mozart features a 3.7-inch WVGA LCD TFT capacitive touchscreen, and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor under the hood. Unlike some of the previously released devices, the Mozart actually holds an 8MP camera on the back of the device, with a Xenon flash. In our early hands on with the device, we could tell that HTC is still keeping at the top of their manufacturing game, as the device feels solid in the hand, yet not too heavy. The Mozart is designed to be HTC's "music-centric" device, and with a name like that, it's probably fitting. So far, HTC is at the top of their game with their Windows Phone 7 devices. Check out the full gallery below of our initial hands on.
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