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? Not much - but we do like the slightly jazzier design that HTC has gone with, as well as the camera's 8-megapixel power.
Excerpt: 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...
Summary: Being one of the first HTC Windows Phone 7 handsets, the 7 Mozart fills the role of "music handset", which is reflected in its name. Despite this, the Mozart does little to distance itself from its sibling, the Trophy, which appears to be no less equipped for music, yet is touted as the gaming handset of the bunch.
Pros: Fast processor, fresh UI, clean design
Cons: No microSD card slot, fiddly/slow camera, no task manager
Summary: The HTC 7 Mozart isn't the awesome camera phone that it claims to be, and an 8GB memory limit is its Achilles heel as a music phone. But its xenon flash, excellent music store and fresh Windows Phone 7 OS, mean it's still music to our ears.
Cons: 8GB of storage can't be expanded; volume could go higher; app store is just getting going.