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HTC 7 Mozart

HTC 7 Mozart
alaAverage 3.7

1639 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1639 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the reliability and size. The value for money and design also get good views.

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HTC HD 7 - Tremendous Potential


The older Windows Mobile edition looked cluttered and too much like most other smartphone UIs at the time, WP7 is far more refined. From accessing menus to animations that happen while the accelerometer is in use and even pinch zooming, it's all...

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HTC HD7 Review


HTC HD7 Review - This in-depth HTC HD7 review goes over the HTC HD7 design, user interface and compares this handset with others in the same price range.

The HTC HD7 is currently the Windows Phone 7's flagship device and it delivers a great performance with its large display; whether it is emailing, browsing the web, getting directions on Bing maps, reading and editing a document or watching videos,...

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Introduced at CTIA 2011, the HTC HD7S is AT&T's fourth Windows Phone 7 device, joining the Samsung Focus, HTC Surround, and LG Quantum. Like the rest, the HD7S has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and a 5-megapixel camera, but it most resembles a smartphone...

The HTC HD7S offers a sharper Super LCD touch screen with a built-in kickstand. The Windows Phone device ships with the NoDo update, which brings copy-and-paste and performance improvements

There was a constant background hiss during phone calls. Camera quality could be better

The HTC HD7S offers the benefit of a large touch screen with a sharp picture and fast performance, but it falls short of the smartphone competition in terms of camera and call quality.


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HTC Arrive Review


The following is an account of the HTC Arrive being handled by your humble narrator Chris Burns, a fellow who before handling this phone had literally never worked with Window Phone 7 before save for a couple of small interactions here or there....

If you’re already in to Windows Phone 7, this is a hot choice for you. It’ll give you all the screen real-estate you’ll want and allows you a physical keyboard (which, by the way, is very nicely spaced and responsive as well.) The speakers are loud,...

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HTC Arrive


Though it was teased late last year -- on the same day that HTC announced its very first Windows Phone 7 devices, in fact -- the company's QWERTY-packing 7 Pro has taken its sweet time to make it to American airwaves; in the process, it's gone through...

Typical HTC build, design ; Superb keyboard ; Solid battery life

Mediocre display ; Windows Phone 7 still behind competition ; Not a global phone

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HTC Arrive (Sprint)


Editors' note: This review focuses on the HTC Arrive's design, performance, and differentiating features. For more on its operating system and core functions, please read our full review of Windows Phone 7 .

The HTC Arrive features a durable design with a responsive QWERTY keyboard and a tilting screen. It's the first Windows Phone 7 device to ship with Microsoft's cut-and-paste feature.

The HTC Arrive's heavy and bulky body will weigh some people down, and it requires some pressure to slide open the keyboard. Its camera could be better, and we were hoping for 4G WiMax support.

The HTC Arrive, Sprint's first Windows 7 phone, is a solid effort that largely delivers, although it will disappoint those looking for a 4G smartphone.

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HTC Arrive


A large keyboard, tilt-up display, and strong audio quality make the HTC Arrive a satisfying Windows Phone 7 device.

The HTC Arrive is definitely one of the best Windows Phone 7 devices yet. While the $199 price is a little steep, this phone stacks up well against the Samsung Focus for AT&T. The Focus has a better AMOLED display and a lighter design, but the Arrive...

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HTC Arrive


Windows Phone 7 adds another to its ranks with its first CDMA offering, the HTC Arrive on Sprint. The Arrive (Price TBA with a new two-year contract) is not the best looking phone out there, but its dazzling screen will draw quite a few eyes.

Zippy interface ; Comfortable in your hand

Copy and paste is a hassle ; Keyboard keys could be bigger

A decent Windows Phone 7 offering for Sprint customers, but its 4G Android counterpart might be more enticing.

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HTC 7 Pro Review


Of all Microsoft's launch partners for Windows Phone, HTC led the pack from the gate with the most devices. The HTC 7 Pro has taken the longest to arrive, frustratingly given it's the model we were most interested in, pairing Windows Phone 7 with a...

Nokia’s announcement on Friday, however, throws another issue into the ring. The company has already told us to expect keyboards as on the Nokia E7 to appear on its incoming Windows Phone devices, and side-by-side we have to say we prefer the E7′s...

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HTC 7 Mozart review: Eine kleine Nachtmusik


The HTC 7 Mozart is not the kind we are used to meeting - and no, before you ask, it's not a music-centric gadget as the name suggests. Something quite different in fact, it's all about the camera that goes beyond Microsoft's demanding specs. Once...

3.7" 16M-color capacitive LCD touchscreen of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels) ; Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support ; Dual-band 3G with HSDPA (7.2 Mbps) and HSUPA (2Mbps) ; Windows Phone 7 operating system ; 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 576MB RAM, 512MB ROM ; 8...

Disastrous camera performance ; Weak xenon flash ; Non-expandable storage ; No lens protection

All Windows Phone 7 handsets with a 1GHz chip and WVGA screen, please stand up. This can be embarrassing you know. Now, change that to 8MP and Xenon. An entirely different story, isn’t it. Enough for you to start thinking the name might make some sense...

Product Specifications

Crafted from a single piece of anodized aluminum, the HTC 7 Mozart feels great in the hand and takes HTC’s unibody design aesthetic to the next level. The slim, solid and smart HTC 7 Mozart sounds as good as it looks and integrates Dolby Mobile and SRS WOW HD for high-fidelity, virtual surround sound. With Microsoft Zune integration, people can synchronize the HTC 7 Mozart with their PC, enabling them to take their music and video library with them wherever they go.


Autofocus: Yes
Built-in Camera: Yes
Built-in Flash: Yes
Video Resolution in Pixel:HD720p


Audio Formats : Yes
Audio Playback: Yes
Dual SIM Card: No
GPS Receiver:Built-in
I-Mode: No
Integrated Radio:FM Radio / No
Integrated TV Tuner: No
Java: Yes
Multi SIM Card: No
Push to Talk: No
Realtone: Yes
User Interface for Text:Touchscreen / Touchscreen + QWERTY
Video Client: Yes


A2DP: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
Memory Card Slot: No
Multi SIM Card: No
Near Field Communication: No
USB: Yes
WiFi Data Exchange: Yes

Data Transfer

Technology:GSM/PCN / WCDMA (UMTS)


Display Technology:SUPER-LCD / TFT Display
Number of Display Colours:16 Millions / 16 Mio
Number of Displays:1

General Features

Design:Bar / Slider
Elderly Friendly Phone: No
Operating System:Windows Mobile / Windows Phone
Operator:EE / O2 / Orange / Sim Free / T-MOBILE / Virgin / Vodafone
Product Type:Mobile Phone / Smartphone
Way of Buying:Contract / Prepay Pack / Sim Free


E-Mail Functionality: Yes
Instant Messaging:No / Yes
Push email: Yes