HTC seems to be working with Verizon in introducing a CDMA enabled HTC Trophy Windows 7 phone. Although it is not official yet, Engadget revealed a Verizon wireless branded HTC Trophy. So that means just like the CDMA iPhone 4, a CDMA Windows phone 7 will be hitting the Verizon stores soon.

A quick run down of what the HTC Trophy has to offer. A 3.8” widescreen touch display, 5 megapixel HD camera with support for 720p HD video recording, multiple sensors including G-sensor, proximity sensor  and a digital compass. It has 8GB of onboard storage, 512MB of ROM, 576MB of RAM and is driven by a fast 1GHz Snapdragon processor that smoothly powers the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 OS running on it.

The phone also features Windows Live tiles support, Dolby Mobile and SRS surround sound,Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connectivity,  onboard GPS, Bing Maps, Zune services support, Xbox Live and much more.

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