Orange posted a "first time setup" page for the HTC Mozart, possibly one of the first Microsoft Windows Phone 7 mobile phone that will come to the market over the next few weeks.
The page, which has since been removed from Orange's website, showed users how to remove the bottom cover amongst other things.
The phone is likely to be released on the 21st of October and as mentioned yesterday, we expect it to be a mainstream model similar to the HTC Desire but with WP7 rather than Android OS.
Amongst the main specifications expected to come up, there's a 1GHz processor - the older version rather than the new one - with 8.5GB internal storage, a 1300mAh battery and 512MB RAM.
The screen, like the HTC Desire, will be a 3.7-inch one with a WVGA resolution (LED, not AMOLED), a 8-megapixel camera with HD recording capabilities and a number of sensors.
We will be covering the launch of Windows Phone 7 next week at a specially organised event in Central London which starts at 2pm.