Excerpt: Before Nokia announced that it was throwing in the towel on its own smartphone OS efforts and instead putting its faith in Microsoft’s fledging Window Phone 7 platform, HTC was perhaps Microsoft’s best buddy when it came to Windows Phone hardware.
Conclusion: There's not a great deal of difference between the HTC 7 Mozart and the HTC HD7, and we recommend you check out our review for a more indepth look at the operating system itself. So what does set the HTC 7 Mozart apart from its fellow Windows Phone 7 launchmates?
Summary: HTC unveiled a list of new handsets that will support the new Windows Phone 7 operating system. The HTC 7 Mozart is one of the first ever Windows Phone 7 handsets to be released in the world.
Cons: Beautifully designed OS works well with the hardware, Neat Facebook integration, Excellent Office apps, Great for music playback, particularly good sound quality, Hardware is lightweight yet sturdy and attractive, App market choice is low compared to others, No real multitasking, Camera is a bit ...
Conclusion: Windows Phone 7 in general is a huge improvement over Windows Mobile and Microsoft must be congratulated for their work. Although at first I was not impressed with the UI I have come to like it a lot more now. It is clean, crisp and extremely user friendly which really helps with a new OS.
Summary: HTC announced an onslaught of Windows Phone 7 phones. The HTC 7 Mozart is the first of the batch to be released. Currently being sold for Orange UK, the HTC 7 Mozart is a powerful mixture of hardware and snappy software. But does Windows Phone 7 have what it takes to back up the Mozart?
PHOTOVIEW: HTC 7 Mozart Windows Phone 7 Smartphone
21 October 2010
Excerpt: The recently announced HTC 7 Mozart is another one of five new Windows Phones by HTC , running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system. Powered by a Qualcomm CPU at 1 GHz, the HTC 7 Mozart supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as dualband UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA at 900/2100 MHz, Bluetooth 2.1...
Summary: Before Nokia announced that it was throwing in the towel on its own smartphone OS efforts and instead putting its faith in Microsoft’s fledging Window Phone 7 platform, HTC was perhaps Microsoft’s best buddy when it came to Windows Phone hardware.
HTC 7 Mozart review: This Windows Phone 7 smartphone features an attractive aluminium unibody design, but is let down by limited internal memory
Good Gear Guide.au
2 July 2011
Summary: The HTC 7 Mozart smartphone may have limited internal memory, but its unibody design and the slick user interface of Microsoft Windows Phone 7 make it an attractive proposition -- even if its display lacks the wow factor of the competing Samsung Omnia 7.
Pros: 8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, attractive unibody aluminium design, relatively compact for a phone with a 3.7in screen
Cons: Only 8GB of internal memory (and no card slot), touch-sensitive keys aren't backlit, volume keys poorly positioned
Summary: Overall, the HTC Mozart is a very, very good device. It has form, functionality, hardware and the addition of Windows Phone 7 is a massive cherry atop and already delicious and thoroughly satisfying cake
Pros: Great build quality, Windows Phone 7 performs well, UI is unique, easy to use and very well designed, decent camera, good Marketplace and Zune integration, Bing Search and Maps, SkyDrive, Gaming, Touchscreen is brilliant as is the keyboard
Cons: Lacks MicroSD, noise problems with camera, limited multitasking, no Flash support, lacks Twitter sync in People Hub