WenWM · Sep 24, 2010 at 06:00 pm

HTC HD3 or HD7 Development From Yesterday.

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Well guys, yesterday was all about the HD7. The device started by getting sketched up, then finally painted in a nice picture, and lastly losing its name in an actual picture. The HD7, as we have all called it, will be called the HD3. This is not such a big deal, but what is a big deal is the spec sheet that was leaked just this morning by WMPoweruser. The spec sheet pretty much carries over the old things the HD2 had and remakes it into a Windows Phone 7 capable device with a little better design. This is a tactic HTC has used before with the Touch Pro and Touch Diamond, but I did not expect this to happen with the HD series of devices…

Spec sheet preview:
5MP With Dual LED Flash
1Ghz Qualcomm Processor
4.3 Inch Display
(Smart remark: I guess all of you that wanted the HD2 to get WP7 got it.)

Enjoy all these pictures:

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Talk about all the developments in the thread.


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