- Size (LWH): 4.67 inches, 2.42 inches, 0.47 inches
- Weight: 4.96 ounces
- Network Compatibility: CDMA
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 300 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 286 hours
- Battery Type: Lithium Ion
HTC Trophy, Black 16GB (Verizon Wireless)
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- Windows Phone 7-powered smartphone with 3.8-inch touchscreen, 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, and global roaming capabilities
- Enabled for Verizon Wireless 3G network; GPS for location-based services and navigation via Bing Maps
- 5-MP camera/camcorder with HD 720p video capture; 16 GB internal memory; Bluetooth stereo music; access to personal and corporate e-mail
- Up to 4.9 hours of talk time, up to 286 hours (11+ days) of standby time; released in May, 2011
- What's in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, USB cable, SIM card (for global GSM network access), quick start guide
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The HTC Trophy is a Windows Phone 7 device featuring Microsoft's multimedia applications such as XBox Live gaming and Zune music player. This smartphone is also equipped with a 1 GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture, multi-touch screen, WiFi, FM radio, full web browser, and Bluetooth compatibility. The Trophy features a high-resolution 3.8-inch display, and this CDMA smartphone includes quad-band GSM and WCDMA modes supporting international use.
Keep yourself entertained with Xbox LIVE gaming and Zune-powered music and videos, yet stay productive on the go with the 3G-enabled HTC Trophy for Verizon Wireless, which runs the Windows Phone 7 operating system (learn more below). It's powered by a blazing-fast 1 GHz Snapdragon processor for a satisfyingly quick and nimble mobile data experience, and it features a 3.8-inch touchscreen that's complemented by stereo speakers with SRS WOW HD surround sound.
Windows Phone 7 is designed for business and life in motion (see larger image).
5-megapixel camera with HD 720p video capture (see larger image).
The HTC Trophy is ready to roam the globe with compatibility with wireless voice service and data coverage in more than 200 countries--with more than 125 offering 3G data speeds. It also sports a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and HD 720p video recording, 16 GB of memory, Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking, Bluetooth for hands-free devices and stereo music streaming, an FM radio, and up to 4.9 hours of talk time.
More Music, More Movies, More Games
Buy a Zune Pass subscription and instantly stream or download your choice of millions of songs. Stream movies with Netflix or music with Slacker Internet Radio for everything from classic rock to Spanish Pop. You'll also have access to over 15,000 apps and games in Windows Phone Marketplace through the Marketplace Hub.
Keep gaming when you're on the go with the Gamers Hub featuring Xbox LIVE, which provides mobile to access your avatar, profile, and gamer scores to keep track of your wins. Play solo, or take on friends in turn-based games.
The HTC Trophy weighs 4.9 ounces and measures 4.67 x 2.42 x 0.47 inches. Its 1300 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4.9 hours (294 minutes) of talk time, and up to 286 hours (11+ days) of standby time. It runs on the CDMA 800/1900 frequencies as well as EV-DO, Rev A 3G frequencies. It also offers quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) frequencies and 3G networks (850/1900/2100 MHz) in foreign countries.What's in the Box
HTC Trophy handset, rechargeable battery, charger, USB cable, SIM card (for global GSM network access), quick start guide
Communications & Internet
The Power of Windows Phone 7
The Windows Phone 7 operating system has been designed to help you do more in less steps, and keep you updated on the things that are most important to you.
You can customize the Live Tiles on your Start Screen with what you care about--from people to web sites--and they'll continuously scan the web to keep you updated about your world at a glance.
Windows Phone 7 also brings together the things you use most on your phone in six Hubs: People, Pictures, Office, Games, Music + Video, and Marketplace. Grouping them in Hubs like this lets you get to what you need, quicker, because you don't have to jump from apps to the web to contact lists.
People Hub: Less Out-of-Touch, More In-the-Know.
From calls to texting to social networks, receive updates instantly with the latest photos posted, comments made, and messages received with just one glance. Post and share comments instantly after receiving live updates from social networks.
Games Hub: Just Be Yourself... Or, Someone Else.
Download new games, test them before you buy and play friends while on the go with built-in Xbox LIVE features. Use your avatar and gamer profile to track scores and wins, challenge friends to play on the go, and become a better gamer with Windows Phone 7's "Spotlight" tips, tricks, and advice.
Music and Video Hub: Your Music, Video, and Radio... All in One Place.
Easily find, access, and stream your favorite music, radio, TV, and videos while on the go. Purchase music by the song or get unlimited music downloads for one monthly price with Zune Pass. Wirelessly sync your favorite music and videos to a PC.
Pictures Hub: Snap It, Share It, Say It.
Share, add captions, and post pictures to Facebook or Windows Live without needing an extra application. Receive instant updates about friends' and family's latest photos from social networks.
Office Hub: View and Update Office Documents from Your Phone
Windows Phone 7 has mobile versions of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint on hand for reviewing or editing on the go. Notes in OneNote Mobile--grocery lists, meeting memos, spontaneous musings--can sync wirelessly to the web and include voice clips and pictures. SharePoint Workspace Mobile makes it easier to collaborate with your coworkers when you're out and about.
Marketplace: Find Something New Everyday
Personalizing your phone just got quicker, more convenient with the Marketplace Hub, where you can discover and download apps, games, music, videos, and more. You'll find popular titles in all the categories you care about, with hundreds of new apps available every week. There are apps with Live Tiles that automatically update on the Start Screen, such as current weather with Weatherbug and breaking news from the Associated Press app.
Verizon Wireless ServicesReliable 3G Network
With support for the EV-DO high-speed data standard, you'll enjoy fast access to the Internet and Verizon Wireless multimedia services (additional charges applicable), with average download speeds ranging from 400 to 700 Kbps and peak rates up to 2 Mbps.
Top Customer Reviews
Okay - so, I've been jonesing for a new phone for work. Have Blackberry Tour(because old company is a Blackberry company). Come to new company where they're "more lenient" on the technology you can have. So - started trying phones (I love Verizon's 30 day satisfaction guarantee). First one: iPhone - sexy in an Anna Kournikova way (no one can debate that Apple has top-notch industrial design) - but, ultimately, an iPhone isn't for a business guy. Cool apps (and alot of them)...but, seriously - most companies use Outlook Exchange and MS Office...and there's the problem: Apple doesn't like to play in the same sandbox. Stable platform, tons of apps, pretty to look at...but won't win Wimbledon - because the integration between business programs (Office, Outlook, etc) isn't there. Scheduling a multiple-person-invite calendar event? Holy... Droid: depending on the review - possibly stable platform...but, seriously - the app integration is all over the place - depends on the platform (verizon, sprint, t-Mobile, etc), the manufacturer, and the app itself. Tons of apps...but, it, too, isn't MS. Blackberry? The only reason it's still alive is because of the Blackberry Enterprise Server which allows monster Enterprise companies to remote-zap the blackberry if you leave the company with Blackberry in hand, and sensitive e-mails/contact information in said Blackberry...but, they are so behind on apps and touchscreen integration it's scary. But, if you want e-mail and calendar and that's it...It's the phone for you. If you want more, and have friend iPhone envy or droid envy...just wait, my friend...Read more ›
That said, there are a few standouts for certain features. The Samsung Focus has the best screen (Super AMOLED), but its build quality isn't great. The HD7 has a massive 4.3" screen, but it's bulky as a result. The HTC 7 Pro has a keyboard, etc.
As far as the Trophy, there isn't anything "special" about it. What makes it a great phone is the combination of Windows Phone 7 and Verizon.
The screen is a nice 3.7" LCD (*not* SLCD), and while the colors are rich and the viewing angles are pretty good, it feels a bit washed out at times - especially off axis.
The body of the Trophy is semi-rubberized, and feels both compact and sturdy. The build quality feels very high. I've already dropped the phone directly onto pavement from about 5 feet in the air. There is a tiny little indent (like if you made it with the tip of a pen) on the rubber back, but otherwise it survived unscathed.
The camera is OK. The auto-stabalization isn't great, resulting in somewhat blurry photos unless you're careful. But the bright side is - pun intended - the flash is very good.
Battery life seems fairly good. Critically, I can get through a full day of normal use (~20 minutes of talking, 30 minutes of web surfing, 10 minutes of app usage, etc) with about 33% charge left. With low usage, it can go a full 48 hours without a charge. In airplane mode, you'll get 10+ days.
The call quality is fantastic. Crystal clear. Reception, thanks to Big Red, is awesome. I briefly had a Samsung Focus on AT&T back in November.Read more ›
In terms of software, I am very happy with WP7. WP7 is fast and responsive. The tiles allow me to easily find and launch apps without getting lost in a sea of icons. The lock screen is great, with the date and time in big, easy to read lettering. It also has additional information, like your next scheduled appointment and if you have new messages, email, text or voicemail. The best part of message notification system on the start screen is how different types of email have different icons. That way you know if the message is from an account form yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail or exchange. One thing the start screen is missing is temperature from a weather app. The email experience is the best I've seen on a smartphone, much better than stock android or my Galaxy tab, which provide excellent Gmail experiences, but poor experiences for everything else. Office is nice, especially OneNote, which allows the creation of notes through any combination of text, voice and pics and also syncs into the cloud (the internet) at windowsphone.live.c o m.Read more ›
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