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Verizon to roll out Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update for HTC Trophy today

Verizon to roll out Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update for HTC Trophy today

Verizon announced that it will begin rolling out the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update to HTC Trophy handsets starting today. Microsoft had just released the Mango update this morning to select handsets such as the HTC HD7, Samsung Focus, and the Dell Venue Pro. Existing Windows Phone 7 users will have to wait for an alert on their handsets to notify them that the update is ready for their device.

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HTC Trophy Hands-On and Unboxing

HTC Trophy Hands-On and Unboxing

We've just received a package in the mail from none other than the rapidly-deploying mega-carrier Verizon Wireless, a box containing no less than the Windows Phone 7 device called HTC Trophy. This is a device that is still indeed running on Windows Phone version 7, (as opposed to Mango,) is rolling out with a WVGA 3.8-inch touchscreen, has a 5-megapixel camera on the back, and is running on a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. This device is one of HTC's newest and, compared to the other line of phones they've been putting out for the past few months [Android specific] this device is rather small in comparison. But it's nice!

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Verizon HTC Trophy: Carrier’s first WP7 device due May 26

Verizon HTC Trophy: Carrier’s first WP7 device due May 26

It's taken them a while - seven months since it first arrived on the market, in fact - but Verizon Wireless is finally ready to offer the HTC Trophy. The first Windows Phone 7 device on the carrier's network, the Trophy is the same 1GHz, 3.8-inch WVGA smartphone as we reviewed all those months ago, though now with World Phone functionality to play nicely with Verizon's CDMA network and GSM/HSPA roaming outside the US.

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Verizon HTC Trophy confirmed a World Phone, but won’t launch until June?

Verizon HTC Trophy confirmed a World Phone, but won’t launch until June?

Verizon may well be the last big US carrier to have a Windows Phone device on the market, but going by the latest set of leaked HTC Trophy photos their version may have some advantages over Sprint's HTC Arrive. WPCentral scored some shots confirming what we've suspected since the tail-end of last year, that the Verizon Trophy will be a so-called World phone with both CDMA and GSM connectivity.

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Verizon HTC Trophy caught in wild: First Windows Phone for Big Red?

Verizon HTC Trophy caught in wild: First Windows Phone for Big Red?

Verizon hasn't officially announced what its first Windows Phone 7 device will be, nor when it might arrive, but if you were hoping for a brand spanking new smartphone running the Microsoft OS then you'll be sorely disappointed. A shot of a Verizon-branded HTC 7 Trophy has leaked to Engadget, seemingly confirming earlier rumors that the entry-level smartphone would be headed to the CDMA carrier.

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HTC Trophy Heading to Verizon in Early 2011

HTC Trophy Heading to Verizon in Early 2011

We heard earlier today that Verizon was excited to carry Microsoft's Widows Phone 7 devices, as soon as Microsoft got them ready for the CDMA-based network. And now, thanks to a Verizon pamphlet, it looks like that day may be coming sooner than we imagined. And HTC seems to be leading the way. The HTC Trophy looks to be the first Windows Phone 7 device heading to Verizon, bringing yet another quad band global phone to Verizon's ranks.

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LG E900 Optimus 7 and HTC Trophy get early pre-order listings

LG E900 Optimus 7 and HTC Trophy get early pre-order listings

Yet more Windows Phone 7 early information, and after the news that Microsoft is planning a UK launch event - not officially connected with the new smartphone platform, but falling on the same October 11th date we've heard so much about recently - it's now the turn of early WP7 handset listings.  Amazon Germany has put up a product page for the LG E900 Optimus 7, while Simyo has a listing for the HTC Trophy.

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HTC Trophy gets clearly pictured: QWERTY/touchscreen WinMo candybar [Update: It's a fan render]

HTC Trophy gets clearly pictured: QWERTY/touchscreen WinMo candybar [Update: It's a fan render]

HTC's 2010 smartphone roadmap may have skewed heavily toward Android, but that wasn't to say the company were planning to abandon Windows Mobile altogether.  The first clear render of the HTC Trophy - a Windows Mobile 6.5 candybar with a 3-inch VGA capacitive touchscreen and a full QWERTY keyboard - has leaked, and despite the OS it looks to have potential.

Update: Too good to be true; this isn't HTC's work but that of ElCondor from xda-developers; somewhere along the line his watermark has been edited out.  He's done a great job, too: compare it to the fuzzy image in the leaked roadmap.  If the Trophy looks this good in real life, we'll take one! [Thanks Sohaib!]

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HTC 7 Trophy Review

HTC 7 Trophy Review

The HTC 7 Trophy has been positioned as the most affordable of HTC's line-up of Windows Phone 7 devices, despite slotting in-between the HTC 7 Mozart and HTC HD7 in terms of size. Microsoft's strict rules on minimum hardware specifications should mean you're not giving up much in the way of performance, too, so is this the budget Windows Phone 7 device to go for? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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