HTC HD7 Specs Leaked Ahead of Schedule

September 23, 2010, By Alex Ion

HTC HD7 is the company’s flagship Windows Phone 7 handset, but according to some reports, its specs have nothing special to actually win us over — except for the OS it runs on.

HTC HD7

According to some recent leaks, the new HTC HD7 is not very different from the HD2 (that runs Windows Mobile 6.5), although a bit bigger. Another noticeable thing after seeing that large 4.3-inch WVGA TFT multi-touch display capable of a full 16.7 million colours, is that the HD7 comes with AWS support — which means that it will be headed to T-Mobile in the US.

The specs sheet includes a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 processor, a 5MP camera with dual LED flash (perfect for night shooting) and HD video capabilities (at 720p video quality), 576MB RAM and 512MB ROM. Regarding storage, HTC HD7 only comes with a built-in microSD card with 8GB of memory —  supposedly non-removable, meaning you won’t be able to upgrade the HD7 with a 32GB card, for example.

For now there’s no official information coming from Taiwan, and we’re a bit skeptical that a “flagship” Windows Phone 7 mobile can be launched with such features. Let’s wait and see if HTC confirms any of these. We’re patient, we really are …

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