HTC Mozart or HTC 7 Mozart is the new version (October 2010) that has been delivered to users so that they can unleash their music experience and feel the advanced power of 3G with touch accessibility. The Windows Phone 7 operating system and the 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor are signs of great power.
HTC Mozart’s 119 x 60.2 x 11.9mm casing can literally mesmerize you with its charm and 3.7-inch S-LCD capacitive touchscreen. 130 grams is the weight of the phone which shows that it has a lot of cool features. The multi-touch input method as well as the rotation and automatic shutdown of the user interface are some of the attractive features of the phone. 16 million colors are filled with images when it comes to a 480 x 800 pixel resolution screen.
Formulated with advance
HTC Mozart can transform life by providing instant access to the World Wide Web through Wi-Fi, 3G HSDPA and HSUPA, GPRS and EDGE services. Also, Facebook and Windows Live have been integrated together. This is not all, as this gadget can easily load HTML pages. Users will be able to find their way to each destination by turning on the A-GPS navigator and the Bing Maps application. HTC Mozart supports Bluetooth and USB connectivity options.
Enriched with entertainment
You’ll get SRS, Dolby Mobile sound enhancement, and 3.5mm audio jack support with HTC Mozart for the new kind of music experience. MP3, AAC +, WAV and WMA9 audio files can be extracted with this phone and its video player is useful with MP4, H.263, H.264 and WMV9 formats. Also, some cool games have been added to the device along with advanced messaging options like email, push email, instant messaging, SMS (threaded view), and MMS. HTC Mozart offers 720p video and 3264×2448 pixel images via autofocus and 8 MP Xenon flash-assisted camera. A storage capacity of 8GB has been developed along with 512MB of ROM and 576MB of RAM.