Verizon is poised to announce its first Windows Phone 7 device, possibly as soon as this week. On February 28, Engadget posted a screen shot of the purported Verizon HTC Trophy handset (pic 1), that's said to be running the latest version of Windows Phone 7, complete with copy/paste support.
And on February 25, PPC Geeks posted a screen shot, also said to be of a Verizon HTC 7 Trophy (pic 2). The PPC Geeks shot showed an alleged shot of the handset running the Windows Phone OS 7 build number 7.0.7355.0.
The HTC 7 Trophy features a 3.8 inch screen, a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, and 5 megapixel camera. MobileTechWorld.com has a walkthrough of the HTC 7 Trophy device.
Long Zheng also noted, that "One xda-developers user had his Samsung Omnia 7's speaker replaced under warranty has received an unexpected surprise update to his phone. He reports that his phone is now sporting a KA1 firmware with an OS build of 7.0.7355." He says this particular build isn't the "NoDo" update for Windows Phone 7 build 7389, which Microsoft officials have said they plan to roll out in early March. (NoDo, by the way, is the Windows Phone OS release that adds support for CDMA -- which Verizon requires -- among other features.)