The HTC Omega is reportedly the successor to the HTC 7 Mozart. Unfortunately, details regarding pricing and availability have not yet been officially announced or even leaked. As of now, we know many of the specs for the Omega, but do not have any pictorial evidence to back up the assertions.
The Omega is expected to launch running the latest iteration of Windows Phone 7 — Mango, otherwise known as WP7.1. In terms of processor type, it will run on a 1.5GHz single-core processor, which should be fast enough to multitask between many apps. In addition, it features a 3.8 inch touch screen display, 512MB of RAM, 16GB of onboard memory, 8MP rear facing camera, 720p video capture, Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS. The specs for the Omega are decent, but not exactly comparable with the high-end specs that can be found in an Android device. Hopefully, HTC can keep the price low and market it as an affordable, mid-range WP7 device.