The HTC Trophy is one of a number of Windows Phone 7 devices available in the European and Asian markets. It can be purchased unlocked for around $400 to $500.
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The Trophy's feature set is pretty much on par with today's smartphones. It has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and 8GB of internal storage. However, the quad-band world phone does not offer support for North American 3G bands, which is understandable since it was designed for the international markets.
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The Trophy doesn't have any distinctive features like the HTC Surround's slide-out speakers or the HTC HD7's extra-large display, but that's OK. We're big fans of the slim and solid design.
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Microsoft requires all of its Windows Phone 7 handsets to have dedicated camera keys, which we like. The Trophy's is located on the right spine.
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On the left, you'll find the volume rocker and Micro-USB port.
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The power button and 3.5mm headphone jack are located on top.
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The smartphone's 5-megapixel camera struggled with shots taken indoors or in low-light situations. The included HTC Photo Enhancer app offers some effects that help brighten the photo.