Verizon is getting its fair share of Windows Phone 7 handset launches it seems and the trend isn’t about to stop any time soon. We got wind of a launch in early 2011, the time frame when one of the hottest devices with the new OS will debut: HTC Trophy.


The CDMA version of the phone will also pack a 3.8 inch WVGA display, a 5MP cam, 16GB of storage and support for WiFi 802.11n connectivity. The image above shows a brochure that Microsoft employees recently received, saying that they’ll be able to buy the Trophy early next year for $199.99.

Those lucky folks at MS will get this pricing when they renew their contracts and they’ll get a leather case and car charger for free. No word if this offer also applies to non-Microsoft people and we should mention that HTC Trophy is now known as a quad band global phone, so you’ll roam GSM networks freely, while also using CDMA when available.

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