A few weeks ago we reported that the HTC Trophy 7 had received certification through the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and was likely headed for Europe. The thinking at the time was that this was the same HTC Trophy that was rendered back in December 2009 and featured an awesome, front qwerty design--mixing the best of both worlds with HTC's design aesthetics.
Well, the Trophy 7 finally gets pictured and...well...it's a typical black slab.
No other specs are known at this time but lets go out all crazy and say a 1GHz Snapdragon, 256MB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and, we dunno, an 8MP camera? That's probably in the ballpark.
Considering this is primarily for Europe, perhaps it's a good thing that it wasn't the dream front qwerty phone we all wanted and instead we can stare at it's cold, black slabness with ennui instead.
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