HTC HD3: Windows Phone 7 confirmed – rumored specs

By Alan Ng - Mar 16, 2010

Some exciting news to deliver to HTC fans now, as we are hearing numerous reports, that the handset maker is preparing to release their first Windows Phone 7 handset before the end of the year – thought to be the HD3.

As reported from Pocket-Lint, the phone is still in the ‘concept’ drawing stage, unlike the LG panther and the recently announced Samsung Slate.

However, according to speculation on the internet, we already have some rumored specs for the HD3 – they are as follows:

The HD3 will pack a 4.5-inch AMOLED screen with 1280 × 800 resolution, 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 1080p HD video playback, 720p HD video recording, 4G connectivity!, 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, HDMI output, 1GB of onboard RAM and 32GB external memory.

Those are some mighty specs you have to admit, lets hope they are confirmed in the next few weeks. Considering that the HD2 was very well received among the public, the HD3 could be a real powerhouse for the company in terms of sales.

Let us know what you think about the specs above – we’ll update you when we know more news.

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Also See: HTC HD7 (HD3): First Specs and High Quality Images

  • Soup

    I read somewhere that its fake the specs released were to much for WinPhone7
    as why no upgrade to HD2 most cause of extra buttons and the memory expansion.
    but thats just what i read..

  • Frank

    I would love to have the iPhone with T-Mobile or Sprint. I currently have an iPhone that was previously unlocked until I inadvertently upgraded to the new firmware version of 3.1.3. I refuse to go back to AT&T for there a reason I left them after being four months with them, paid the hefty fee as well. So this cell phone has cost me a lot to have it and now is just an IPod until it can either be unlocked or I can get my hands on a different carrier that supports an iPhone.

  • Ishaq

    thats Awsome
    Hope it has good Battery life 8hr TALK TIME

    Why doesnt HTC phone get 32gb built in card like the iPhones ?