HTC Mozart At £79.99 In UK
The HTC Mozart is usually overshadowed by many other Windows Phone handsets, but at the moment it’s in the centre of everyone’s attention again, since some UK retailers have discounted its price.
Experienced smartphone users already know how to choose a new device, but those who are going to buy a handset for the first time have some difficulties with it. They don’t usually know whether large screens are good, or what’s the difference between single- and dual-core processors, they do not even know which operating system is better. So the first-time smartphone buyers are really vulnerable, and it’s really hard for them to choose the right device, especially when there are so many devices for the “beginners” on the market. The HTC Mozart is one of those easy-to-use devices for first-time smartphone users, and I have to say it’s quite popular.
Not so long ago the Mozart was sold for only £99 on Pay as you Go. Now its price has been cut again, and those who are looking for a budget smartphone can pick it up for £79.99 contract-free. Of course, you can always look for better phone deals, and maybe you’ll succeed.
The HTC Mozart was launched back in October 2010 and it was running Windows Phone 7. You can’t count on updates or other software support because Microsoft is too close to launch Windows Phone 8 and the chances are high that the company won’t go back and work on outdated software. But on the other hand, paying £80 you will become an owner of a smartphone that is packed with rather good features — for a budget phone at least.