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APPROVAL: GCF approves HTC 7 Trophy - First Windows Phone 7 approval?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 02.09.10 - 08:59:35 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 15924x
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Following yesterday's news, that Windows Phone 7 went RTM and Engadget's report, that HTC's next HD isn't called HD3 but HD7, to honor Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 7 launch, the Global Certification Forum has just approved another HTC device - the HTC 7 Trophy. As always, the GCF isn't spilling any beans about the OS (so it could be a Windows Phone 7 or an Android smartphone or it might be another Brew phone from HTC) but the 7 in the code-name might indicate a Windows Phone 7. The GCF confirms quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as dualband UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA at 900/2100 MHz which makes it the perfect phone for Europe and Asia but not America.

As always, there's no release date given but typically GCF phone hit the market 6 - 8 weeks after approval. So the HTC 7 Trophy might be indeed the first approved Windows Phone 7; confirming an October launch.

Cheers ~ Arne


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Posted by 8PlugIn on 05.09.10 - 16:47:36

These news are pretty intriguing. Its going to be pretty interesting to see how well Windows Phone 7 will operate. The testing Microsoft has done has been quite extensive and thus is impressive. Of course that doesnt need to mean much as we're talking MS here but positive feedback is positive feedback. The band specs are awesome, I just wish America would get its act together and adapt to these standards.

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