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 (opens in new tab) 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.