Details of the smaller brother of the HTC HD7, the HTC 7 Trophy (or Sparks as it is known to some), have emerged online with the only major difference being the size of the touchscreen display.
WMPoweruser lists the HTC 7 Trophy as being equipped with a 3.8-inch screen with a WVGA resolution like its bigger brother. The rest, according to the website, is pretty standard.
It features an ultra slim bar design, a Qualcomm QSD8250 SoC running at 1GHz, 8.5GB onboard storage (no microSD card reader), 576MB RAM, 3G/HSUPA compatibility, three sensors, a digital compass and A-GPS.
As expected, there's Bluetooth (no v3.0 though), Wi-Fi, a 1300mAh battery and a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash. There will be a number of widgets bundled by default including the weirdly named, Love me/Love me not widget.
Based on what several sources, one can concur that HTC is looking to position Android smartphones above their Windows Phone 7 counterparts (like the HD7).
For example, the latest HTC Android phones come with a QSD8255 SoC, with a better graphics, a camera with a higher pixel count and the ability to remove the memory card.