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"Sorry, an error occurred" is how the page on the Orange website that leaked some info about HTC's upcoming Mozart handset is now headed.

You got it right there, guys. The unannounced Windows Phone 7 handset popped up within Orange's support pages with a handy guide on replacing the phone's battery and inserting the Sim card.

Not that any other beans were spilled, mind, but it's still a mite embarrassing for the carrier.

Mozart is said to sport a 3.7in, 480 x 800 display, 8Mp camera with 720p video recording, 8GB of storage, 802.11n Wi-Fi, GPS and a 1GHz processor.

Mozart is expected to debut toward the end of the month. Windows Phone 7 will be formally launched to the public next week. ®

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