The HTC Trophy made its first appearance in December in a leak containing a bunch of other T-Mobile-bound devices, The picture included was a little blurry, and some of the specs weren’t included, but luckily we’ve got a clearer picture now. We already know the Trophy will be packing a 3” 480 X 272 screen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, quadband GSM/EDGE, dualband (900/2100 MHz) 7.2 Mbps HSPA, Qualcomm’s 600 MHz MSM 7227 processor, a 3.2 megapixel camera, and a 1300 mAh battery. We now know that the display will be touch-sensitive (in addition to the trackball navigation), and rock Windows Mobile 6.5 with TouchLO 3D. So far, the Trophy seems like a slightly-upgraded Snap, mainly with a nicer display and better camera. The built-in business card scanner and overall style pegs the Trophy as an enterprise device, and considering WinMo’s current progress in that market, it’s easy to see HTC duking it out with RIM with devices like this.