We’ve just got our hands on an HTC 7 Trophy and thought you’d like a quick look at what comes in the box before we put our full review up.
As with the HTC HD7, you get a mutli-part mains charger/USB adapter and some 3.5mm headphones with a remote control. Foam pads for the headphones and a small attachment allowing you to clip the cable to your shirt are bundled too. As you can see the HTC 7 Trophy comes with a fair bit of paperwork.
The HTC 7 Trophy sits pretty in the middle with its 3.8-inch touchscreen bordered by a smart metal trim. Click on the arrow up on the right to get a closer look at the HTC 7 Trophy and the things you get with it.
Like the HTC HD mini, the inside of the HTC 7 Trophy and the battery are a bright canary yellow. Admittedly you’re not going to spend a lot of time looking at a phone’s insides, but still it’s a nice change from the standard black and grey interiors of phones that we’re used to.
The 3.5mm headphones which come with the HTC 7 Trophy. You can adjust the volume on the remote and mute music for incoming calls.
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The mains charger/USB adapter that comes with a lot of the recent HTC phones we’ve seen.
The back of the HTC 7 Trophy. From left to right, the LED flash, 5-megapixel camera and external speaker. The 3.5mm headphone jack is up on the top left with the power button just about visible on the right.
The camera button of the HTC 7 Trophy.
Volume controls and a microUSB port.