Customer manages to convince their local T-Mobile store to sell an HTC HD7 to them
One of the more prominent handsets out of the bunch, the HTC HD7, was recently purchased by a customer who was able to convince their local T-Mobile store to somehow sell it to them. Granted that the individual is one lucky person to get a head start on experiencing the next big HTC handset on the block, it makes you wonder at what transpired that led to the early sale of the HTC HD7.
Regardless, the newly minted owner took it back home and proceeded to do an unboxing video for all of us to witness. Luckily, we will only need to just get by this weekend before we're all getting situated with this high end Windows Phone 7 handset.
1. ajac09 (Posts: 1337; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)
congrads you talekd them into giving you an htc hd2 with wp7 earlier.. dont think anyone cares.
2. ajac09 (Posts: 1337; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)
and I know its an htc hd7 but its basically an htc hd2 with wp7 and a few other changes not really impressive at all. cant wait till 2011 when the impressive ones comes out
3. Johnabis (unregistered)
I agree, why is this phone getting so much press like its the holy grail of phones? its just an HD 2 with WM7. big deal...
4. Slammer (Posts: 926; Member since: 03 Jun 2010)
It's called marketing. I believe another phone has been having the same success with savvy marketing.
5. mr. droid (Posts: 278; Member since: 21 Aug 2010)
who cares. i have played with windows 7 already. big whoopty doo. give me android or iOS any day over that crap.
6. mr. droid (Posts: 278; Member since: 21 Aug 2010)
he was able to get it because he is Jared, at windows mobile nation. any other guy on here wouldnt have been able to get it. the store would have lied to us, like they always do saying they wont have them in the store until launch day. idiots.
9. purrungas (unregistered)
will this OS. be able to download Google maps? I hated that about the HD2 I could get it but it did not function like the one in my Nexus one
I think this OS will take off later. but T-mobile US needs to come up with smaller ones, like the HTC Mozart, top of the line