HTC Trophy Verizon

May 26th is shaping up to be a big day for Android customers on Verizon, but now it's going to be important for Windows Phone 7 fans, as well. Verizon just announced that the HTC Trophy will be available online beginning May 26th for $149.99 with a two-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate. If you'd prefer to go the brick and mortar route for your Trophy purchase, Big Red's first Windows Phone 7 handset will be available in Verizon stores on June 2nd. Customers that buy a Trophy before July 15th will be given a free Xbox 360 game of their choosing. The options include Halo: Reach, Kinect Sports, and Lode Runner.

For those of you that need a quick refresher, the HTC Trophy features a 3.8-inch 480x800 touchscreen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and 720p video capture, 16GB of built-in storage, global connectivity, and Surround sound with SRS WOW HD. As I said before, the Trophy also earns the honor of being Verizon's first Windows Phone 7 device, coming just over two months after Sprint launched its own WP7 offering, HTC Arrive. It's kind of a bummer that it's taken Big Red this long to push out its own WP7 device, but the good news is that it's finally almost here after months of teases and leaks. Anyone planning on grabbing a Trophy?

HTC Trophy™ Brings Windows Phone 7 To Verizon Wireless
Combine Business and Play with a Smartphone That Lets Customers Do What They Love

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — HTC Trophy™ is the first Windows Phone 7 device to come to Verizon Wireless, bringing a new dimension of gaming and entertainment to the nation’s most reliable 3G network.

Windows Phone is the only phone that lets you play games with Xbox LIVE. Customers can sync directly with Xbox LIVE mobile to access their avatar, profile and gamer score to keep track of their wins. HTC Trophy also allows consumers to play by themselves or challenge friends in turn-based games. In addition to the many mobile gaming features, customers who buy an HTC Trophy before July 15 get a free Xbox 360 console game. Game enthusiasts can choose from Halo: Reach, Kinect Sports and Lode Runner – up to $60 value.

HTC Trophy features the Music + Video Hub, giving customers quick access to music and movies on their device. Customers can stream or download millions of songs with a Zune Pass subscription and access over 15,000 quality apps and games in Windows Phone Marketplace through the Marketplace Hub.

Additional features:

1 GHz Snapdragon® processor
WVGA 3.8-inch touchscreen
Surround sound through SRS WOW HD™
5-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash
720p HD video capture
16 GB on-board storage
Wi-Fi connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n
Global ready - allowing customers to enjoy wireless voice and data service in more than 200 countries, with more than 125 with 3G speeds
HTC Hub-customization through downloadable applications that offer even more entertainment and productivity
View and edit Microsoft Office® documents, including Excel®, Word® and PowerPoint® with the Office Hub and data access on SharePoint® servers

Pricing and availability:

HTC Trophy will be available online at www.verizonwireless.com on May 26, and in Verizon Wireless Communication Stores on June 2 for $149.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. Customers will receive the rebate in the form of a debit card; upon receipt, customers may use the card as cash anywhere debit cards are accepted.
HTC Trophy customers will need to subscribe to a Verizon Wireless Nationwide Talk plan and a smartphone data package. Nationwide Talk plans begin at $39.99 for monthly access and an unlimited smartphone data plan is $29.99 for monthly access.
Verizon Wireless customers traveling outside of the United States should contact Verizon Wireless’ global customer support team at 1-800-922-0204 before embarking on their trip to ensure their phones have the right features for global usage.
For more information about Windows Phone, visit www.windowsphone.com. For additional information on Verizon Wireless products and services, visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store, call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or go to www.verizonwireless.com. 

About Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless operates the nation’s fastest, most advanced 4G network and largest, most reliable 3G network. The company serves 104 million total wireless connections, including more than 88 million retail customers. Headquartered in Basking Ridge, N.J., with 85,000 employees nationwide, Verizon Wireless is a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE, NASDAQ: VZ) and Vodafone (LSE, NASDAQ: VOD). For more information, visit www.verizonwireless.com. To preview and request broadcast-quality video footage and high-resolution stills of Verizon Wireless operations, log on to the Verizon Wireless Multimedia Library at www.verizonwireless.com/multimedia. 

About HTC
HTC Corporation (HTC) is one of the fastest growing companies in the mobile phone industry. By putting people at the center of everything it does, HTC creates innovative wireless devices that better serve the lives and needs of individuals. The company is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange under ticker 2498. For more information about HTC, please visit www.htc.com.

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"Windows Phone 7 is finally coming to Verizon. Are you interested?"

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Benjamin Padilla @ Zack. Why would you get the iPhone 4 in November when the next iPhone would be out by then? Anyway, all OS's have strengths and weaknesses. It seems that apps pull the weight of the OS though. I personally like webOS the most but the lack of apps make the OS a dud... for now.
Art Carlson Saw the Focus at AT&T and was seriously wowed by the software. Waiting for 7.5 to see if I'm ready to leave my BB.
Adam Cuong Tran its not dead yet?
Zach Cline Victor it's coming. Verizon is releasing a ton of stuff on may 26th. Also the samsung galaxy s2 is coming to verizon sometime this year but will be known as the samsung function from what i've read.
Victor Perez What's a Windows phone 7?
Michael A. Barut Actually looking forward to the Mango update and the 2nd gen WP7 hardware. I tried WP7 on my HD2, and was impressed but the OS was lacking so went back to Android and i4. WP7 has the best Looking UI in my opinion.
Marti Ruiz I like it. But i love android
Arvydas Gr People, have you used Windows 7? Guess you are stuck on XP... W7 are the best of the best! No product is better till date. And Windows Phone 7 is completely new, fresh. It is just awesome! I had so many complains about Android, because it is just too sucky. And I have none with WP7. Mango will kick your droids ass
Cesar Macareno nahh.. i just bought my droid charge.. this thing is awesome.. much more than what i spected.. ;)..
Zach Cline Klas you couldn't be more wrong .And android sucks. I'm ditching my droid in November for the iPhone 4.
Pierce G Hohenstein Wp7 suckssss
Brad Allison Gave WP7 a try. I was really unimpressed. Give me Android or an IPhone any time.
Klas A. Lilja If you have a android you only love google and hate Microsoft and Apple. If you have a Iphone you hate google and microsoft but love Apple. If you have a Windows phone you neither hate google or apple but you love microsoft.
Keith Myers no.... can barly stand windows on my computer.... android for me.....
Gabriel Fernandez Some of you guys are dumb.. lol. You hear "Windows Phone 7" and you instantly think of the old Windows Mobile 6 experience, and it's nothing the same. How about some of you take the time to actual handle a Windows Phone 7 device and try it out? Or maybe.. get off your Android/iOS high horse and acknowledge other platforms and appreciate what they have to offer? Windows Phone is very promising and will become a contender in the near future.
Klas A. Lilja My guess is that none of you that are complaining about WP have tried one? I've had several android phones and tried iOS plenty of times and I like them both but android is so unstable and laggy and iOS is good but boring. First time I layed my hands on a WP device i knew I had to buy one, I did and I'm never gonna switch to another Phone OS ever again.
Ivan Woods No ...Have the Thunderbolt
Sam Platz Junk.
Darryl Mouzone I'm not on Verizon but if I was I wouldn't be interested at all. I had a windows phone and I had it for all of two days before I took it back because I didn't like it.
Arvydas Gr If I would live in America- yes, I would be interested, but I live in Europe and have Omnia 7, before I had Desire and Desire Z. Android sucks!
Eric Noriega Nah. Windows on phones is only of intereest bcause it Windoes. Anybody esle and you wouldn't even notice.
Jordan Brown They finally sold a million of these after several months of production. iPhone 4 sold 1.5 million on launch day.
Juan Cuara Fuck no! Have an iPhone :D
Billy B-willy Pridemore I had a windows mobile htc juno, and got rid of it for a nokia slider. There is almost no support for 3rd party apps and modifications, and with people saying w7 is a step back as far as freedom, there is no way id go from my og droid that I can clock to whatever I want and install whatever I feel like, even dev from, to a windows phone that's restrictive. No thanks lol its a mistake.
Jordan Brown Windows Phone 7 makes no sense. Windows 7 Phone does.
Reynaldo Capetillo No! Got a thunderbolt!
Jordan Brown I had a Windows Phone 7 but returned it because it was impossible to use. And I'm good with electronics.
Michael Molyneux Nope stuff it! I'm selling my iPod 4g and ps3 slim 250gb with 15games including rockband with guitar, mic and drums for £250. When I've sold that I'm getting the new iPad 2
Nathan Parks interested? yes. but will i buy one instead of an android phone? no.
Shawn Sato-Veillon No thanks. WP7 is admittedly efficient, but it is a step backwards in terms of freedom to use your phone however you want. Back to the locked down phone days. I mean, who wants a smart phone that you can't do whatever you want with? It will help revive MS's mobile division to some extent, but as Android gains popularity, people will realize this major weakness and unless they do something about this, it will also be the nail that seals the coffin.
Andrei Jelin Android, iOS! WTF is WP7?!? :)
David Ou Lol no
Justin Alan Smith I'm interested. Why not?
Martin Vega i have it dual booting on my hd2 so im koo
David Imm Nope! Just got my iPhone 4
Dustin T. Robles Love windows hate verizon
Marekus Fluellen NO no and oh yeah, NO.
Gina Caramelsyrup Had 2 already and sold them for android. Hate win 7 phones they are.basic
Sergio Rubio Wp7 is great. I use ios, android, Symbian, and Wp7. They all have their pros and cons
Kyle Knight Not at all.
Nick Kalman That would be interesting to know how many of those who yelling that wp7 is crap actually owned one. The answer probably would be none. I've had all kinds of phone including iPhone and Android and after I tried wp7 I'm still with it. You need to give it a try
Gavin Feist Windows phone 7 is by far the worst Platform up to date. Slow non responsive and its said windows on it.
Cyndi Rose Is Sprint going to get the IPhone?
Jordan Brown I have iPhone 4. Why would I downgrade?
Erik Womack @Chad....are you as dumb as you look?
Dave Yaeck What, there's a window's phone.... I did not know. Sorry, once again Microsoft is a day late and a dollar short on their product. Android and iOS are so much better :)
MzNicole Sampson Nope have an iPhone
Johnny A. Rojas windows has a phone?? since when ....LOL
Nic Kolas what is a WP7?
Chris Corliss Android > IOS > Old School Flip Phone > WP7
Carlo Serrano you all need to try wp7 before you bash it. the UI is butter smooth. themes on android can give it a wp7 look, but they're sluggish compared to the real thing.
Jarrel Ennis Nope, not at all. Verizon is wasting time and $ with this phone
Jessica Stinson I have had Iphone, Android, and WP7. I still own my windows phone, when I found the others to be too limiting, or too buggy. I love windows 7. I just hate verizon. lol. So I'm happy where I'm at, but anyone who hasn't tried Windows Phone 7, you should give it a glance. It's worth the look.
Miguel Rodriguez Not the least. iPhags can rejoice about iOS , but I love me some green robots
Chad Richter Possibly. I'm getting bored of android and the 800 phones that come out that are essentially the same as All the others.. it's getting old.
Tj Robinson No thanks, iOS>Wp7
Mike R Greco nope.jpg
Adam Schulte hell no im not interested, i want an android. i already have a windows laptop lol
Olukanni Ibukun Samuel Dat will be better
Mark Gittens They r still around?
Jeff Bland Not at all
Alvaro Valdez Gonzalez nooooooo¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡ i HATE WP7 :0
Israel Leiva Microsoft is CRAP!
Coty Cox I can make my droid 2 look like a windows phone already so need to change when android is so versatile
Joshua Streeter ZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz...
Gabriel Fernandez I'm only going to be truly interested when Nokia starts pushing out WP7 phones. Especially if they look like the concept photos they released. Even more so if Microsoft does buy Nokia's mobile division. I really hope they invest in better displays too. Something with a high PPI count like the new Toshiba displays.
Francisco Willmore Not with iphone laying around im not
Daryl Pruitt hell yea im interested i can finally drop this att line
Charles Pruitt I have the Thuinderbolt-PASS!!!

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