HTC Omega: Windows Phone Mango device details

Next-gen Microsoft device primed

HTC still backing WP7 despite rampant Android success.

HTC’s next-gen Windows Phone has been detailed in a comprehensive leak. Dubbed the HTC Omega, it aims to take up where the Mozart left off, and will come packing the latest Windows Phone Mango software.

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While there are no images of the new blower just yet, but specs are said to include a 3.8-inch, 800x480 screen, 16GB of internal storage with no SD expansion, an 8 megapixel camera, 720p video smarts and 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor to keep things moving speedily.

The phone confirms that HTC is sticking with Microsoft’s nascent mobile platform, rather than ditching it in favour of Android, an OS which has seen the Taiwanese tech titan become one of the foremost mobile makers in the world.

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Via Gadgetian