HTC 7 Mozart

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HTC 7 Mozart
HTC Mozart smartphone.jpg
Manufacturer HTC Corporation
Slogan Quietly Brilliant
Compatible networks GSM, HSDPA, Wi-Fi
Availability by country October 2010 (Europe/Asia Pacific)
Predecessor HTC Touch Diamond2
Related HTC 7 Surround, HTC HD7
Dimensions 119 x 60.2 x 11.9 mm
Weight 130 g (4.59 oz)
Operating system Windows Phone 7
CPU Qualcomm QSD8250 1 GHz Scorpion (Snapdragon)
Memory 8 GB internal flash /
16 GB with T-Mobile Germany branding
512 MB ROM
576 MB RAM
Battery Rechargeable 1300mAh Li-ion battery (Extended Battery Available)
Data inputs Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, digital compass
Display 3.7 in. LCD capacitive touchscreen
480x800 px 16m-color WVGA, backlit TFT LCD
Rear camera 8-megapixel autofocus CMOS sensor with Xenon flash, video up to 720p resolution
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.1, 802.11b/g/n, G-Sensor, Digital Compass, A-GPS, micro-USB, 3.5mm audio jack
Other Dolby Mobile Sound
Development status Released
Test mode ##3282#

The HTC 7 Mozart (also known as the HTC Mozart), is a mobile smartphone running the Windows Phone operating system. The phone was designed and manufactured by HTC.

The HTC 7 Mozart is one of three Windows Phone handsets available from HTC in the UK at launch, and has a focus on high-fidelity audio with Dolby Mobile and SRS surround sound built in. It is also the only Windows Phone product from HTC with a Qualcomm S2 Generation chipset. All others use the S1 generation (As of August 20, 2011).

Available exclusively on Orange from 21 October 2010 to 2011, the HTC 7 Mozart is very similar in size and styling to many other HTC handsets, save that it boasts the three standard buttons below the screen specified by Microsoft across all Windows Phone devices.

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There was a lot of speculation whether HTC Mozart was to get the 7.8 Update. This was confirmed by HTC and the update was released on 14/03/2013. The most recent update is the Build 7.10.8862.144 live tile fix which can be downloaded via Zune.[citation needed]

Since 2012, people have reported they were able to upgrade to 7.8 RTM using a cab sender utility. This method of upgrading has proved successful to many people but it is only recommended for advanced users.[citation needed]

The 7.8 update gives the Mozart increased performance and battery life has an easy to spot improvement. The standard life on Windows Phone 7.5 was reported at around 5 hours of heavy usage. Windows Phone 7.8 however has increased battery life up to 10 hours on heavy usage.[citation needed]


Announced at the Windows Phone event in New York City on October 11, 2010. [1]

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