HTC HD7 - A Review of Windows Phone 7's Largest Handset
23 July 2011
Excerpt: Windows Phone 7 is one of the newest phone operating systems on the block and it already has a great line up of amazing phones available. One of these phones is the HTC HD7 . Hear is my review of HTC's HD7 smartphone . Is big better? Speaker volume levels are okay, but they will not blow you away.
Conclusion: The HTC HD7 is an all in all pleasure to use. Unfortunately however, it isn't as much of a wow device as its Android 4.3" siblings, having been released far later than the EVO 4G , therefore lacking the edge and without the build quality of the HTC Desire HD or the new Sense UI's functional...
Pros: Windows Phone 7 looks great on the screen, Video is smooth, bright and immersive, Web browsing is a pleasure on the large screen, Dolby Mobile and SRS work very well for music and video
Cons: Design has a few issues, OS needs to mature, Camera has some issues, Battery life could be better
Conclusion: If you're a T-Mobile customer looking to try a new Windows 7 Phone, the HD7 is a great way to start. It's not perfect, but the display size, classy looking hardware and kickstand are big pluses.
Pros: Huge 4.3" display, kickstand and good call quality.
Excerpt: HTC's first Windows Phone 7 handset to hit the reviews trail is the HTC HD7, the successor to the HTC HD2, the last Windows Mobile handset from the Taiwanese company. What it shares in looks with its fore-runner, it makes up for in the updated OS.
Summary: A huge 4.3-inch display may dominate proceedings, but the HTC HD7 has a minimalist yet fetching appeal The Windows Phone 7 operating system is far easier to negotiate than previous incarnations, and the virtual keyboard is one of the best we’ve encountered With the ability to record high definition...
Pros: The gaming fraternity will be itching to get online with the Xbox LIVE facility
Cons: Though the HD7 has 8/16GB of on board memory, there?s no memory card slot to top that storage space up
Excerpt: If there’s a Windows Phone 7 device that’s a cut above the rest, then it would be the HTC HD7 . Its 4.3-inch touchscreen gives your thumbs plenty of room to play, and with a 1GHz processor running in tandem with 576MB RAM under the hood, you’re guaranteed speed won’t be an issue.
Excerpt: HTC has designed a top-tier Windows Phone smartphone that's aimed at the executive class with the HTC HD7. Following the recent trend of jumbo smartphones with large screens and powerfu features, the HTC HD7's design, look and feel all scream flagship product. We put it to the test.