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HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7 Schematics Revealed: First visual

It seems as if we cannot get enough of the upcoming HTC HD7 handset, firstly Alan Ng informed us that this Windows Phone 7 smartphone will be released in October, and now we have what is believed to be an image of the schematics.

It is hard to know if the image that can be found on WMPoweruser is the real deal — but Vlad Savov from Engadget believes that these are a reliable source. However, we will just have to wait and see when Peter Chou has one in his hand during a keynote to unveil the device.

Getting back to what is said to be the first image, it looks as though the HTC HD7 will have a button dedicated for the camera along with a dual LED flash. Sticking with the HD2 and Desire HD, the HT7 looks to have a MicroUSB port for not only data but also power supply as well.

For those of you who loved the design of the HD2, HTC looks set to carry that over to the HT7, with a few minor changes to make it stand out. Take a look at the image now and let us know what you think, real or not?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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