HTC HD7 stars in quick video

HTC HD7 stars in quick video
You can't find a much better way to spend 34 seconds than to watch the HTC HD7 on video. The Windows Phone 7 equipped device will have a 1GHz processor under the hood, 4.3 inch display and a 5MP camera on back.

Basically a Windows Phone 7 OS upgrade of the HTC HD2, it appears that a Stateside model of this handset will have the T-Mobile brand on it. As we reported, a leaked version of the phone's specs include a radio that supports T-Mobile's 1700MHz frequency.

The tape is only 34 seconds long and doesn't capture any new ground for the device, but you might still find yourself with eyes glazed-over and drool at the corner of your mouth after watching the video below.

HTC HD7 Preliminary Specifications

source: DailyMobile

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  • Display 4.3 inches
    800 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S1, 0.6GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB,
  • Battery 1230 mAh
  • OS Windows Phone 7.5 Mango



5. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Let's see: 1 GHz (HD2 has it) 576 MB RAM (HD2 has it) 512 MB ROM (HD2 got 1024MB) 5MP camera (HD2 has it) 3 buttons (HD2 got 5) 4.3 Capacitive (Same as HD2) SO WHY IS MICROSOFT BEING GAY!? WHY CAN'T WP7 WORK ON THE HD2!?!?!?!?!?!? Bunch of Lazy Asses and money hogs!

6. tkfox007 unregistered

Because the Windows Mobile 7 platform is designed to work with only three specific hardware buttons

3. rafaelinininininx unregistered

@yhbae002.. why do you want a faster processor if that one is enough? Why? why? tell me why!?!?!!

4. patyu unregistered

Rafael. The 2nd generation is manufactured in a process of more advanced geometry, hence consuming lesser energy to operate. The end-result is longer battery time.

1. jlkillman

Posts: 2; Member since: Sep 28, 2010

Cant wait to see more of this phone. Love the 4.3 screen.

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