By Evan Blass | September 24, 2010 9:23 AM
Alleged specs for that HTC 7 Trophy we saw the other day have been published by WMPoweruser, and like the purported details of the HD7/HD3, there’s not much beyond basic Windows Phone 7 Chassis 1 features here. Specifically, we’re apparently looking at the familiar 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8250 from Qualcomm, a 3.8-inch WVGA LCD that’s supposedly rated at 16 million colors, 576MB RAM / 512MB ROM plus 8GB non-removable microSD card, a five-megapixel camera with flash, and of course HSPA/802.11n/Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, all powered by a 1,300mAh battery.
Sensors are also exactly the same as on the HD2, with the Trophy also reportedly featuring the somewhat-controversial HTC Sense Hub. WMPU claims that this model is the one we previously knew as Spark, which along with the possible revelation that the HD7/HD3 is actually the Schubert, almost completes the HTC WP7 codename puzzle.
We’re sort of hoping that like Apple, HTC will be offering these non-expandable phones in several different capacities, and that the preloaded cards are faster than Class 2 — once you go Class 6, you’ll never go back. Frankly we’re a bit puzzled by the overall picture here, with seemingly few reasons for the current HD2 owner to get excited besides the brand new OS (at least throw us a bone like Bluetooth 3.0, eh?); then again, these specs have absolutely not been confirmed as legitimate yet, and even if they are, who knows what other high-end hardware HTC is keeping close to its chest?