The T-mobile’s first Windows Phone 7 device, the HTC HD7, is finally revealed as one of the initial batch of Windows Phone 7 smart phones. With its 4.3 inch resolution, the T-mobile’s first Windows Phone 7 device will bring you to its blazingly quick navigation with the help of 800-by-480 screen. The HD7’s LCD screen is a bit duller than the Super AMOLED on the Samsung Focus, but the 4.3 inch high resolution screen provides an epic cinematic experience. Just flip out the kick stand, sit back and enjoy watching your favorite movies and videos hands free. It has a solid camera of 5 megapixel with 720p 24fps high-def video recording and a dual led flash so you can capture film with incredibly quality and detail. The HTC HD7 was named for the OS, the Windows Phone OS 7, and it has the same screen size as HTC’s HD2. The home screen of the phone displays the tiled images or thumbnails for access in any program or application you want to see. For example, button for making a call, one is for text messages, another for viewing pictures/videos, and most of them are connected to Microsoft Services, including Xbox, Hotmail and the mobile Microsoft Office Suite.
HTC HD7 features a Qualcomm QSD8250 processor, two memory options (8GB or 16GB memory on board), 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi support, FM radio, GPS, Bluetooth features and will ship with Netflix, T-Mobile TV, Slacker Radio, Xbox LIVE and Zune software pre-installed.
The HTC HD7 put you the power of Xbox Live™ in your hands. The 4.3 inch screen resolution will make the game action come into life. There are game titles that are available plus the option to “try before you buy”.
HTC HD7 is slightly bigger than the Galaxy S which isn’t exactly tiny at 64.2mm x 122.4mm x 9.9mm. The HD7 weighs 162g, compared to Galaxy S which is 43g lighter at 119g and even the iPhone 4 which weighs 137g.
Bluetooth 2.1 w/ A2DP
3G HSDPA, HSUPA
GPS w/ aGPS support
Ambient Light Sensor
Li-Ion 1230 mAh
Clear Web pages with smooth pinch-to-zoom, a full copy of Microsoft Office, Zune, Xbox, and all the other Microsoft experiences.
4.3 inch high definition screen resolution.
Capacitive, Multi-touch screen
The HTC HD7 doesn’t work with T-Mobile’s new HSPA+ network, as all Windows Phone 7 devices max out at HSPA 7.2.