HTC HD3 is the Windows Phone 7 Phone We’ve All Been Expecting; To Have 1.5GHz CPU & 4G Networks

March 16, 2010, By Alex Ion

The announcement of Windows Phone 7 Series as the upgraded and improved mobile OS from Microsoft has made it very clear that mobile phones will require special features and specifications to be able to run it. Among those that could run it right away, but wouldn’t, is the HTC HD2.

While we all hoped the HTC HD2 will be Windows Phone 7 upgradeable, we’re hearing that the company is actually working on HTC HD3 handset. For now that’s only a rumor as the company didn’t bother, yet, to debunk any of this.

If our source is correct, then the HTC HD3 will be coming with a large 4.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with 1280×800 pixel resolutions, an improved 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, 1080p HD video playback, 720p HD video recording and an 8 megapixel webcam for sharp images on the go and dual-LED flashlight.

On top of that we’re hearing there’s the already common Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, along with the uber-fast 4G technology (smells like Sprint guys).

Other specs include 1GB of RAM (that’s a lot), 1GB of built-in storage space expandable to 32GB, 3.5-inch headphone jack and HDMI output.

From what it looks like the new HTC HD3 looks like one of the most powerful smartphones to date, so when exactly is this handset coming out? Well, if we’re to consider that Qualcomm will be rolling out a 1.5GHz processor towards the end of the year, we can probably start the rumors for a release date.

Maybe in time for Christmas?

(via MobileMentalism)

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