It was earlier thought that the Verizon HTC Trophy would hit the market on March 24th but that date has long since come and gone. We've also seen rumors that the release date would be some time in June.
Now, through a leaked Verizon Spring road map, it looks like the Windows Phone 7 device will should hit stores on April 15. It joins a handful of Android devices being released by Verizon during April and, as previously reported, will be featuring the NoDo update.
No details on pricing have surfaced but we're thinking $199 with contractual discounts might be in the ball park. We'll have our fingers crossed (again) that the April 15th date holds true.
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