Sunday, April 15, 2012

HTC 7 Mozart – Short Review

HTC 7 Mozart, Cellphone, mobie phone HTC 7 Mozart,
The HTC 7 Mozart will be the third Windows® Phone OS 7 phones for us to evaluation. We've previously reviewed the HTC HD7 and also the Samsung Omnia 7. While the HD7 and also the Omnia 7 are monster phones with huge displays, the Mozart is much more like a "normal" telephone, although all 3 price concerning the same on a monthly contract. What then, will be the distinctive offering from the Mozart?

The clue, presumably, lies in its name. It is going to be a music telephone, right? Nicely, here's the factor: all the Windows 7 phones have powerful music credentials. Using the same digital music player embedded in each phone, plus comparable headphones bundled in the sales package and either 8GB or 16GB internal memory, all 3 that we've reviewed appear to provide fairly a lot the same factor. The differentiating element of the Mozart is something called SRS WOW HD™, which to become honest didn't strike us as being anything as jaw-dropping as its name suggests. In essence it's virtual surround sound with better bass, and to become fair it's a match for any other mobile phone. Just do not expect it to turn your phone into some type of home cinema!

Interestingly then, the factor that the Mozart excels at turns out to become photography. While the other Windows 7 phones have a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, the Mozart has an 8 megapixel camera with a far brighter xenon flash. It also has HD video recording.

Apart from the enhanced camera and music features, the Mozart is very a lot like the other Windows phones, except that it is much more compact. It's an excellent searching telephone in fact, with a extremely strong brushed aluminium casing giving it an air of high quality along with a strong feel.

Not everyone is giving the new operating system the thumbs up, but we believe that is unfair. It is a brand new OS with some areas which will undoubtedly be polished in future updates, and it starts off with some great core apps, although it lacks the thousands of third-party apps that you'll get with an iPhone or with Android. Perhaps this is a telephone much better suited to grown-ups.

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