The HTC Trophy has finally made its way to Verizon. The phone, while not new to the market, is the first Windows Phone device for Verizon and gives consumers another choice on America's largest CDMA network.

If you are looking for a ground breaking device with top end hardware, you may want to look elsewhere as this phone has been out on the market since October. But just because it's a bit dated, doesn't mean it's a poor choice for a handset.

The device sports a 1 GHz Snapdragon (QSD8250), a 3.8-inch LCD, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, GPS, FM Radio, a 1300mAh battery, 16 GB, 576 MB RAM, 5.0 megapixels camera, LED flash, and finally hits the ruler at 4.67 x 2.42 x 0.47 inches (118.5 x 61.5 x 11.96mm). Overall, it's a middle of the road in specs but it also comes in priced at $149.99, in short, the price is spot on for the feature set. Is it a good value proposition smartphone? We like to think it is.

The phone in your hand feels like a solid little machine, unlike some HTC devices, there isn't the standard flex in the casing when squeezed. While far short of feeling like the iPhone's dense as a brick, firmness, it doesn't feel like a lower end device...primarily because it wasn't designed that way. The non-slippery back makes it easy to hold and is less prone to scratches than metal or glass backed phones.

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