A series of leaked screen captures from mobile retailer Phones4U have spilled the beans on the first Windows Phone 7 from HTC, the Mozart, which will be a mainstream model rather than a top of the range model like the HTC Desire HD.
The phone shares the same specification as the HTC Desire HD except that it has a smaller WVGA capacitive touchscreen (3.7-inch vs 4.3-inch), Windows Phone 7 rather than Android and 8.5GB onboard storage with no expansion possibility.
The HTC Desire HD can be had for as little as £30 per month (some report that it will be £35 per month) which means that the HTC Mozart should be available for roughly the same amount of money. The device measures 119x60.5x11.9mm, making it bigger than the iPhone 4.
Other features that have been confirmed include an 8-megapixel camera with HD recording capabilities, a 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, a 1300mAh battery, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, aGPS and potentially HTC Sense UI.
The phone is expected to be launched on the 11th October itself, the day Windows Phone 7 is released to the general public. The first shipments are expected to occur towards a couple of weeks later.