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Released in November 2010, HTC 7 Trophy runs Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 software. It is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 576MB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It features a 3.8-inch WVGA (480x800) S-LCD screen and packs a five-megapixel rear camera with autofocus accompanied by LED flash. Other features of HTC 7 Trophy include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+, GPS and more. Read our coverage of HTC 7 Trophy for latest news, reviews, and videos:

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    Verizon finally launched the HTC Trophy, its first Windows Phone, after a long wait and, as promised, the smartphone is available as of now for online orders. The official page for the Verizon Trophy went live last week but it didn't allow a purchase. However, starting today, you can head over to Verizon and order your HTC Trophy which goes for $149.99 with free overnight shipping. The price is available for a two-year contract. Follow the source link to order yours! As with the majority of current Windows Phones, the Trophy sports a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. You've got a 3.8-inch WVGA ...

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    You've been waiting (too long) for the HTC-made Verizon Trophy to be announced as the first Windows Phone on the carrier -- the second CDMA-enabled Windows Phone after the Sprint HTC Arrive -- but the smartphone was at last announced on May 19 and it will be available starting May 26 online and June 2 in stores for $149.99 after rebate and service agreement. All you can do until then is wait, and take a look at the official Verizon Trophy page which went live on the carrier's web site. The May 26 date is featured again and you need to only sleep five times until you can order your own ...

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    After seeing press shots, dummy units, and hearing rumored release date after release date, Verizon has finally officially announced the HTC Trophy, the first Windows Phone 7 smartphone for the carrier. The Trophy will launch with online sales starting May 26, for about $150 after rebate and service agreement. The last of the first-wave WP7 smartphones to arrive in the US, the once-7-Trophy has the familiar 1GHz Snapdragon at its heart, driving a 3.8-inch WVGA display, and features a five-megapixel rear camera and 16GB of internal flash storage. Verizon seems to have been really dragging ...

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    Plenty of people are uber-excited about the highly anticipated Verizon HTC Trophy Windows Phone which just wouldn't show up even though press renders surfaced and dummy units already hit retailers like Best Buy. We don't have a release date yet but thanks to the image above, snapped of the Costco Warehouse inventory system, we now have a price. The Verizon HTC Trophy -- first Windows Phone with the carrier -- will go for $149.99 and dummy units have already reached the retailer. For the price, you will also receive a leather case and a car charger. The smartphone is already listed on ...

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    Verizon users will soon be able to join the world of Windows Phone 7, assuming the HTC Trophy launch finally manages to get off the ground. As the last major carrier in the US to get a WP7 device, it seems like Verizon's been taking forever to finally start offering the Trophy up for sale. We just got a look at the first press shots of the smartphone late last week, and have heard a rumored launch date of May 12. That's sounding increasingly plausible, since Trophy dummy units are now being set up in Best Buy stores. While the accompanying info sheet with pricing data has yet to be posted, ...

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    Like clockwork, here are the first press shots showing Verizon's HTC Trophy (minus the "7") from all angles. Shocked? You shouldn't be: the heavy stream of leaks have made an imminent launch for this first VZW Windows Phone almost a lock; the latest date we're hearing is May 12th, although it's not clear if that's the launch date or the ship date. At this point, it would seem to behoove all parties involved to push this NoDo-powered handset out the door as quickly as possible, as even rival CDMA carrier Sprint managing to stock its shelves with the HTC Arrive many weeks ago. Of note, we're ...

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    May 12 is the day to watch for and circle in your Calendar if the information acquired by Droid-life is accurate. Apparently, Motorola Droid X^2, LG Revolution and HTC Trophy will all see the light of day next Tuesday while you'll have to wait for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play some three more weeks. Both the HTC Trophy and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play have been listed online at Verizon and the catalog now also features the LG Revolution. All of these display a "coming soon" tag. The Motorola Droid X Squared is yet to appear online. So here are the possible dates: May 12 for Motorola Droid ...

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    Following the source link below you'll get to a Verizon page with smartphones where you can click on the HTC Trophy to find out that it's coming soon. Same is valid for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. If after reading that Verizon employees are allegedly getting special Windows Phone 7 and HTC Trophy training you still have your doubts -- legitimately -- then this might be half way to confirmation as the CDMA Trophy was just listed on Big Red's website. If you're more of an Android person who likes to play then the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is the smartphone for you. How soon is coming ...

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    Verizon Windows Phone news is getting old still there's no actual smartphone out so you really need to be strong and wait some more if you want a CDMA HTC 7 Trophy on Big Red. Yesterday we heard the carrier is creating Windows Phone forums and today word is that Verizon people are getting Windows Phone 7 training. Information is unconfirmed so file it under the rumor category! A Twitter user tweeted that his roommate is working for Verizon and that he is participating at an alleged Windows Phone training. If this turns out to be true then there will be an announcement soon but yet again, ...

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    Where, oh, where is the HTC Trophy on Verizon? Since NoDo's arrival, we've been expecting the CDMA Windows Phone 7 smartphone to launch with the carrier, but it's yet to show itself. Although circumstantial, we're starting to see a couple pieces of evidence that suggest that Trophy may be nearly here at last. We've already seen a Trophy promotional offer for Microsoft employees get delayed, now extending until early May, which would mean the phone would have to come out very soon if anyone's to take advantage of the deal. Then just yesterday we saw the Trophy in Best Buy's computers, ...

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    Verizon's version of the Windows Phone 7-powered HTC 7 Trophy, to be known simply as the Trophy, has apparently shown up on Best Buy's website, although there are supposedly none in stock to purchase. Normally we'd see this as an indication that a launch is imminent, but we saw signs that pointed to this model getting released as early as last month, so we're not really sure what to expect. The unsubsidized price shows up as $600, although that figure could well be just a placeholder. Notably, the listing confirms the model number we had been anticipating for this device, which is MWP6985. ...

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    Existing Windows Phone 7 smartphones feeling a little played-out to you? Anxiously awaiting for the next round of devices to arrive? It looks like several such models are very much real and currently undergoing testing, at least according to the logs one WP7 developer was able to generate of devices used to play his games. Elbert Perez gathered the data from users who have downloaded the apps he's coded for the platform. While the lion's share of the numbers reported come from existing WP7 hardware, a few outliers show that some companies have been testing out their new WP7 smartphones ...

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    They say that security through obscurity is none at all, and when it comes to protecting WiFi networks, there's no substitution for using proper up-to-date encryption with a strong key. That said, there's no sense in making things easier for anyone potentially trying to tap into your network, so many of us also use MAC filtering or choose not to broadcast the network's SSID. That latter choice can cause headaches for Windows Phone 7 users, with no way to select a network to join if it's in this "invisible" state. HTC just came out with a fix, courtesy of its Hidden Wi-Fi app. The free WP7 ...

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    Remember all those Verizon special offers for Microsoft employees on the HTC 7 Trophy? Well unfortunately they seem to only bring bad news as the Windows Phone appears to be delayed again. The latest such offer is extended to May 5 as you can see above and we can't seem to stop thinking about either one of the following two reasons: 1. either we're all waiting for that last Microsoft employee to make up his mind and take the offer (please take it, really, you get the device for free and we all get to see the smartphone out) or 2. Verizon is doing a lousy job at testing the Windows Phone ...

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    What exactly did yesterday's HTC-wide Windows Phone 7 update accomplish? Some users didn't notice any changes at all. Reader Glueharbour reported a fix for camera handling in sleep mode and a general data speed boost when using WiFi for data. With as small as these changes are, we wouldn't be surprised if there are even more tweaks that just haven't been spotted yet. There's a chance, though, that things have changed for the worse, as some owners of HTC smartphones have reported that they appear to now be using a lower bit depth for their graphics. The problems apparently crop up once ...

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