This time around it’s time for HTC Mozart unboxing. More info on HTC Mozart
Just finished opening up another Windows Phone 7. I‘ve received this one from an operator here in Portugal so packaging wise it’s just a custom one, nothing really interesting, just the basics.
- Phone itself… HTC 7 Mozart,
- Micro Usb Power adapter;
- Micro Usb Data Cable;
- Stereo headphones with calling buttons;
- Manuals and warranty.
Has usual contents are kept to a minimal, the phone is placed so that user can almost immediately start using it without having to read a bulk of manuals.
Let’s enumerate some of the most important specs of the phone:
- 3.7’’ WVGA Touch screen;
- 1GHz CPU;
- 8GB Internal storage;
- HSUPA 5.6Mbps/HSDPA 7.2Mbps;
- Tri-band (900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz);
- 8 Megapixel Camera, Xenon flash;
- GPS / Geo Tagging;
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n;
- Bluetooth 2.1;
- Usb 2.0.
Not the top notch hardware wise phone, but with Windows Phone 7 (at the moment) you really don’t need much.
Really nice phone to use on a daily basis, correct size so that you can adapt it perfectly to your hand.
Screen wise, is not an Amoled screen so you can see that the colors aren’t so bright comparing to the Samsung Omnia 7 and the blacks aren’t pitch black, but really nothing to declare.
On the other hand, the rear facing camera is a 8 Megapixels one, and in the first two or three photos you can see the difference. Pictures are sharpener and more clear comparing to Omnia 7.
Another feature are the led indicator lights on the top of the phone, displaying low battery or a missing call without “turning on” the phone. These indicator light are placed on the top side of the screen hidden on the top speaker.
The Phone itself is made of a simple piece of metal, and you can feel this the first moment you pickup the phone.
Some nice metal polish finishing around several parts of the phone makes it a really nice phone to admire.
But has always not everything is great, the most disappointing feature is the sound, HTC flagship feature for this model is the “Dynamic sound – Hi-fidelity sound” but in the end nothing really that impressing. Omnia 7 sound is almost has good, but Mozart takes the lead bass wise.
Another question that concerns me was overheating, in the first hours of utilization, connected to power, the device started to feel quite warm… really warm.
That it for now, in conclusion really nice phone, oriented for the masses it has some nice details making it a really simple and day to day oriented smartphone . “Thumbs up” HTC.