The HTC 7 Mozart Features The New Windows Mobile 7 Operating System
Windows has recently released a number of new smartphones with their new operating system, Windows Mobile 7. Amongst these handsets is the HTC 7 Mozart. Boasting the renowned built quality and functionality of the manufacturers handsets, coupled with the brand new operating system from the computing giants, the HTC 7 Mozart looks set to be a very appealing handset indeed.
Similar to the HTC Legend and Desire HD, the HTC 7 Mozart features a unibody design, giving it durability and a feeling of luxury and build quality. The handset measures 119x 60.2x 11.9mm and weighs in at 130 grams, so is pretty standard in terms of dimensions, however its light weight ensures a comfortable user experience.
The HTC 7 Mozart features a stunning screen. Measuring 3.7 inches, and utilising a pixel configuration of 480x 800, it displays up to 16M colours producing stunning levels of clarity and quality. This makes it a perfect device for enjoying a range of multimedia such as photos and videos. The screen also features an accelerometer, proximity sensor as well as multi-touch input support.
To alert users to incoming calls and messages, the HTC 7 Mozart utilises vibration and ringing, and has the added bonus of supporting both MP3 and WAV files as ringtones. Handsfree communication is a breeze thanks to a built in speakerphone system and a 3.5 mm audio jack. The latter can accommodate handsfree headsets as well as a pair of headphones for listening to music via the internal media player.
A generous 8 GB of internal storage is provided as standard, giving users plenty of scope to store their favourite music tracks or video clip within the phone. Class 32 GPRS and EDGE give the handset the means to connect to cellular networks, and access to the internet relies of both 3G and Wi-Fi. The latter allows a fast connection to be attained whenever users have access to local wireless networks.
Another impressive feature of the HTC 7 Mozart is the 8 megapixel camera. This operates at a high pixel resolution so images retain a high level of quality even when users zoom in on their pictures. Autofocus, Xenon flash and face detection are all included, as is the ability to shoot HD video footage in 720p quality.
The OS works in conjunction with a powerful 1 GHz processor to provide a terrific user experience. There are a number of additional features all included as standard, such as a versatile media player, an organiser, voice memo recorder etc.
Since its release date was very recent, it is hard to comment on the popularity of the phone, but judging by its specifications, the HTC 7 Mozart has all the credentials of an appealing smartphone.