Update: Hey guys, David here and I’m sitting in a room with the HTC folks and they say thus far, the Mozart has only been announced for T-Mobile overseas. They didn’t say the Mozart wasn’t coming to T-Mobile when I pressed the question but there is no announcement for this device at this time. Only the HD7 and Dell Venue Pro are definite’s for Magenta.
Remember the HTC Mozart of which we first heard about all the way back in July, and then was found in the wild with video footage? Today, at the Windows Phone 7 launch event, the HTC 7 Mozart has been officially announced and will be landing on Magenta’s shores next month. The HTC 7 Mozart is crafted from a single piece of anodized aluminum (similar to the G2), making it feel great in the hand. The Mozart sports a 3.7-inch capacitive touch screen with an 800 x 480 pixel resolution, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 512MB RAM and 576MB of ROM, and 8GB of internal storage. The device measures 119mm x 60.2mm x 11.9mm (4.7in x 2.37in x 0.47in) and weighs 130g (4.6oz). What puts the HTC 7 Mozart apart from the other HTC Windows Phone 7 handsets announced? The Mozart has the highest megapixel-camera of the new devices announced. It features an 8 megapixel camera with auto-focus, Xenon flash, and 720p HD Video recording. Additionally, the handset integrates Dolby Mobile™ and SRS WOW HD™ for high-fidelity, virtual surround sound. With Microsoft Zune integration, people can synchronize the HTC 7 Mozart with their PC, enabling them to take their music and video library with them wherever they go. The HTC 7 Mozart will officially go on sale November 7th. So that makes a total of three Windows Phone 7 handsets you can choose from, the HTC HD7, the Dell Venue Pro,