UPDATED: HTC HD7 snapped wearing T-Mobile logo and 16GB of storage
Some new information about the phone has been circulating along with the photo. It looks like the HD7 will not support the carrier's 4G speeds on its HSPA+ pipeline. The other news has to do with pricing. Once again, a top of the line device gets priced at an after rebate price of $199.99 with a signed 2 year pact.
As we told you, HTC plans on showing off its Windows Phone 7 handsets on Monday including the HD7, so we look forward to bringing you some more information on what promises to be one of the new operating systems' initial superstars.
UPDATED: The T-Mobile version of the 4.3" HTC HD7 will be coming with 16GB of storage, compared to the 8GB of its European brethren.
HTC HD7 Preliminary Specifications
1. Doakie (Posts: 859; Member since: 06 May 2009)
Dude I dunno about the HD7 if it doesn't have hspa+ because that level of speed is what is required in flagship handsets these days. I'm not disappointed in my Vibrants performance on 3g I got a 5800kbps yesterday so its got good enough bandwidth but its still nice to have those specs to compete.
2. ACiD (unregistered)
Gee you are a moron aren't you . Tmobile's "3g" network is HSDPA+ period. regardless of whether your device is able to use it , how much of it. You should be able to see somewhere about 3400 - 5800 on the device . I do with my HD2 as well on average. so think 5.8 megabits.... verizon is CURRENTLY at 600kpbs average , sprint is 2.4 megabits , at&t is 900kpbs on average. That said , Tmobile is 6 times higher than verizon ? .... Yes , is the answer. Verizon's LTE and AT&T's LTE when it comes out , is 2 - 5 megabits ..... NOT unlimited. (neither company) . Rest assured your speed is still better than " 4g "Wimax" or 4g "LTE" . You feel kind of silly now don't you for asking such a question ? Perhaps you did not know how the technology works?