Earlier today some information on the specs of the new HTC HD7 Windows smartphone was leaked to the public. The phone will be released to the public in mid October and by looking at what the phone has in store for us, it seems that it has a lot to offer.
To start off, the HD7 will have a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen display with an 800 x 480 pixel resolution. The display also supports multi-touch. The phone itself has a 1GHz Qualcomm processor with 512MB of ROM making the phone extremely fast and smooth. Besides this, it will also come with 8GB of internal storage for storing media files and everything else.
The HD7 will come with a 5 megapixel camera with a dual LED flash and autofocus making your pictures come out in great quality. Further more, you will be able to capture video but we’re not sure if it will be HD or not yet. And as a popular feature on newer phones, the HD7 will also have a 3.5 mm headphone jack so you can plug in your mp3 headphones and save the money of buying certain cell phone headphones just to listen to music. Finally, the phone will have a HDMI output port to playback videos on your tv in the best quality possible.
Besides all of this, the phone will work on 3G networks in the U.S. and in Europe. Also, the HD7 will include Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio, and bluetooth.
Overall, I think this phone will be a great add-on to the public’s list of choices for smartphones. I will update this post when I find out more information on the phone.
The FCC leaked photos of the newest HTC Android smartphone today. The phone is said to be heading towards Verizon when it is finally released. So Verizon users, get excited.
The phone itself looks like it will be pretty good looking. It will have dual 3G modems along with Wi-Fi capability. The phone will also have a 4 inch touch screen and expandable internal memory for maximum storage.
Although the iPhone is leading in the smartphone race right now, Android phones are catching up quickly and this new device should definitely help boost Android’s standings.
Sorry that this is such a short post, but that’s all I know about the phone so far. Stay tuned for updates.