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HTC HD7: Full List of Specs Revealed – Impressed or not?

Following on from our earlier report on the still unannounced HTC HD7 handset, we now have what looks to be the complete spec sheet for the Windows Phone 7-equipped device. We want your thoughts on the hardware afterwards.

Firstly, if you havent seen the new pictures of the device, you can check them out via our previous report here. The device is looking pretty slick as you would expect from a HTC unit, and the fact that it comes with the ‘HD3 tag’ makes this an instant buy for a lot of you, since the HD2 was so popular.

Thanks to WMPowerUser, we now have a complete list of specs for the device. It includes a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive display screen, Qualcomm QSD 8250 1ghz processor, 5MP camera with dual LED flash, Proximity Sensor, aGPS and multitouch support.

What are your initial thoughts on the hardware specs? I am a bit disappointed with the low-spec camera, but everything else is looking good for the HD7.

Are you planning to pick this up? I think an official announcement will be coming very soon. Head over to the link above for the full list of specs.


  • JUL

    What is one supposed to do with 8 gb! My hd2 got a32card! …. Maps for gps, some pics and music….. Hello what are they thinking?
    Really sad, had last 4 best phones of htc…. But not this time although really waiting for winmo7….. Still somehow hoping they are coming up with surprise up. The sleeve?

  • JohnB

    Not impressed either. At least they could have used MSM8255.

  • pimp7710

    completely not impressed, for month its bn said tha its gonna blow any other fone out of the market, even tho we all new tha the specs were unofficial i think we all thought tha they wud b alot better than wat they are, just the same as any other fone, no mind blowing specs, bn waitin since march for this and extremely dissapointed, may not purchase 1 now

  • gezzyy

    erm NOT impressed 🙂 same as hd2 just windows mobile 7 🙂

  • MIke

    This phone needed to be a superphone from HTC. It looks like an updated HD2. I would have expected HD Video, HDMI out, 32 or 64GB memory, Dolby or SRS audio and a killer screen. For the money we're forking out for these high end devices, they need to be packed and enviable. I guess we'll see what LG (Optimus7 with it's dual coreTegra2 chip) and Dell (Lightning) bring. My contract is up, and I want the baddest Windows Phone 7 available.


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