HTC 7 Mozart Review – Music To Your Ears

If you love Windows technology and are looking for a handset that incorporate Windows 7 technology as well as being aesthetically pleasing, then the HTC 7 Mozart could be the model for you. Featuring the innovative tile interface, browsing and accessing your favorite applications has never been easier, even for those of you who are relative new comers to Smartphone technology.

With a price tag slightly lower than the HTC HD, the 7 Mozart boasts a great sleek design with an ample 3.7 inch touch screen. Clarity is unrivalled, with 16 million colors and a 480 x 800 pixel resolution. This model has a 1GHZ processor from snapdragon which allows ultra fast browsing in real time with barely any delay at all.

The HTC 7 Mozart is great for browsing, but also has a lot of great multimedia features such as Dolby mobile sound enhancement and 8GB of on board multi media storage. The music playback allows for MP3 and Mp4 format and there are even games installed to ensure you never get bored. With an 8MP pixel camera, you can forget your regular digital camera, the Mozart being an all in one multimedia and browsing device. The built on GPS has some attractive features such as Geo tagging.

This feature allows you to keep track of where you took your photos so you will never have the problem of misplacing the location of your favorite shoots. The 7 Mozart is definitely aimed more at leisure use than business, and sitting middle of the range in price amongst its sister handsets from HTC, it promises to be yet another success.

If you worry about the price, you should know that there is a big variety in deals offered by the different service providers, so comparing all HTC contracts before you buy could really save you a lot of money. The differences can be huge, especially when some decide to run a special deal.

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