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Testseek.com have collected 96 expert reviews of the HTC 7 Trophy / Spark / T8686 and the average rating is 72%. Scroll down and see all reviews for HTC 7 Trophy / Spark / T8686.
 
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The editors liked

  • Good multimedia capabilities
  • Responsive touchscreen
  • Easy to use. Feels solid. Good voice performance.
  • Compact design with soft-touch back
  • Inviting interface
  • Netflix support
  • Good touch keyboard
  • Solid first Windows Phone 7 smartphone for Verizon. World phone with GSM roaming. Great gaming and multimedia
  • What's ho
  • Fast processor
  • Fresh UI
  • Nicely sized screen
  • Great size and build
  • Clear 3.8inch display
  • Good all-around performerExcellent build qualityWP7 OS handles the basics with style
  • The HTC Trophy features a compact design and world roaming capabilities. Windows Phone offers an easy-to-use interface
  • As well as good integration with Zune and Office
  • It’s a world phone
  • Responsive platform experience
  • Good calling quality
  • Wellbalanced performance
  • Highquality construction

The editors didn't like

  • Network speeds are inconsistent
  • Hardware is a bit dated
  • Poor camera. Battery life could be better.
  • Lacks multitasking (for now)
  • Not as many apps as iOS or Android
  • Can't use as mobile hotspot
  • Usual Windows Phone 7 issues to be addressed in OS 7.5 Mango (no multi-tasking
  • Etc.)
  • Usual Windows Phone 7 issues to be addressed
  • No microSD card slot
  • Fiddly/slow camera
  • No task manager
  • A little too much like the other WP7 phones to really stand out
  • Average camera is poor in low lightSpeaker is easily muffledWP7 OS still immature
  • Camera quality is disappointing. Battery life could be better
  • Same exact model as before
  • Still pricey at $150
  • Camera is nothing spectacular
  • No DLNA

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  Published: 2011-11-30, review by: lanoc.org

  • Abstract:  Earlier this year, HTC and Microsoft released a Windows Phone 7 device on Verizon Wireless. Called the Trophy, this is the one and only phone presently on Verizon sporting the Windows Phone 7 interface. With all the hype about "Windows 8" and the new...

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  Published: 2011-09-27, review by: Theinquirer.net

  • Abstract:  The thing with Mango is that it's more improved than it is new. There are a lot of updates to its unloved predecessor Windows Phone 7, but not so many totally new features. On the plus side, the browser has been updated to Internet Explorer 9, and we...

 
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  Published: 2011-08-01, review by: hardwaresecrets.com

  • The Trophy is not the fastest or the most powerful phone in today’s market. It doesn’t have 4G support or a dual processor, but it is a solidly built phone that offers good all-around performance. Being smaller in size will be a plus to many users. Oth...

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  Published: 2011-07-14, review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Compact design with soft-touch back, Inviting interface, Netflix support, Good touch keyboard
  • Lacks multitasking (for now), Not as many apps as iOS or Android, Can't use as mobile hotspot
  • For a $99 smartphone, the HTC Trophy is a good buy. It's $50 less expensive than the Droid Incredible 2, and we like its 5-MP camera, attractive interface, and solid build. You don't get a dual-core processor or multitasking (yet), but those looking fo...

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  Published: 2011-06-16, Author: George , review by: windowscentral.com

  • Abstract:  Verizon Customers may say, "It's about time" with regards to the release of the HTC Trophy but I think they will be very pleased with their first Windows Phone 7 device. The Trophy completes the Windows Phone coverage for the major U.S. Wireless Carriers ...

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  Published: 2011-06-15, review by: cellphonequick.com

  • Good multimedia capabilities, Responsive touchscreen,
  • Network speeds are inconsistent, Hardware is a bit dated
  • Honestly, it’s rather disappointing to see that Verizon is recycling a previous model and making the Trophy as its launch Windows Phone 7 handset. Besides its world phone feature, there’s nothing spectacular to set it apart from the other recently rel...

 
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  Published: 2011-06-14, review by: mobilitysite.com

  • HTC’s Trophy is one of the best Windows Phone 7 devices we’ve used to date. It’s definitely a device we would enjoy carrying around day to day hardware wise. Unfortunately, Windows Phone 7 is still lackluster when it comes to features and apps compar...

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  Published: 2011-06-10, review by: phonedog.com

  • Abstract:  4G LTE may be all the rage, but for Verizon Wireless customers that can't take advantage of the new service, there are some great high-end 3G smartphones out there. One of those is the HTC Trophy , Verizon's first Windows Phone and another smartphone that...

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  Published: 2011-06-09, Author: Mike , review by: bitbitbyte.com

  • Abstract:  Well, here it is. Windows Phone 7 on Verizon! For many of you out there, this phone is your very first taste of Microsoft's mobile platform reborn. It's a completely different beast that has a ton of potential. With that said, WP7 and the HTC Trophy are q...

 
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  Published: 2011-06-08, review by: brighthub.com

  • The HTC 7 Trophy is truly a run of the mill Windows Phone 7 handset. It really is the bare minimum of what Windows Phone 7 handsets will be. One of the worries with Windows Phone 7 is that with each new handset that's released, it's harder and h...

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