Htc Release The Brilliant 7 Mozart
The rise of the smartphone over the past three years has seen brands such as HTC become heavyweights in the phone world. There range of Android phones has always impressed, and now they are turning their attentions to the Windows 7 OS, with several new models. The 7 Mozart is one such phone, striking a great balance of compactness and features.
If you were to pick up any handset running the new operating system, you are likely to find very little difference between models as Microsoft have laid down strict specifications that the phones must meet. Thus the Mozart features a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, which at 1Ghz speed not only meets the requirements, but also is more than ample to handle everything the phone can throw at it. None of these new models feature a micro SD card slot, so internal memory is vital. The unit thus incorporates 8GB of storage which should provide plenty of scope for all manner of files. HTC have chosen to make the multi media elements of this model better than average, so audio lovers can enjoy their music through any headphones of their choice in superb clarity thanks to Dolby Mobile. Those who like to listen to radio broadcasts can do thanks to a tuner built in to this model, which also supports RDS broadcasts, bringing a host of information to your display. Rather than sticking to a 5 mega pixel camera, HTC have opted for a 8 million pixel on this model alongside a great HD video recording facility. Both of these produce good results, and the high quality screen is perfect for displaying them.
The screen on the HTC 7 Mozart impresses thanks to a high 480 x 800 resolution, which given its 3.7 inch size means that images and graphics look superb. The overall measurements of the phone are a compact 119 x 60.2 x 11.9mm. At 130 grammes, the model is also one of the lightest of its kind. A major part of this handsets use is focused around online use, whether this is surfing the web or retrieving e mails. For this area of the phone to be effective, a good online connection needs to be established, whether you are at home or on the move. The Mozart covers all bases, with Wireless LAN allowing a WiFi connection when in range of a personal network. All three recognised speeds of the service are catered for, including the latest and fastest N rating. On the go then 3G should easily cover you in most circumstances , but should you stray from its range you need not lose service as you have the likes of GPRS and EDGE waiting in the wings.
HTC continue to impress with their innovative and technically excellent handsets, and the 7 Mozart is no exception. Perfect for those who require full functionality yet without the extra size that some models have, this unit looks sure to be a hit.
The HTC 7 Mozart and the Samsung Galaxy Tab are available now.