Although it’s not entirely clear which of HTC’s many codenamed Windows Phone 7 devices you’re looking at — Schubert, Mozart, Mondrian, Spark, other? — apparently this handset may be branded as the HTC 7 Trophy, and it does indeed feature that HTC Sense Hub which has been making the rounds lately. We’ve already seen the Trophy branding mentioned in Vodafone’s internal system (long after the Windows Phone 6.5 Trophy had been written off as dead), and it seems to have passed through the Global Certification Forum as well.


But then again, “Trophy” itself could be a codename, perhaps for the rumored HD7. Anyone care to guess where this fits on HTC’s confusing jigsaw puzzle of a roadmap?

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