Summary: The phone is good unless the volume of the ear speaker should be more. Windows in fast and beautiful just some issues for updating to new windows 8. Camera in very good but still lacks the front camera. Good sound quality.Nice resolution. Material used to build phone is not that strong.
Excerpt: I bought the HTC HD2 in May or June of this year and I faced a lot of issues in the beginning with this phone which I will call growing pains. Don't get me wrong the phone is awesome but has a view issues which outweighs some of the good features. Please see my review of that phone for more details. I thought that the HD7 would be T-Mobile's and HTC opportunity to redeem themselves from the issues the HD2 owners face and continue to experience even with the "new...
Excerpt: I was given an HTC HD7 from BzzAgent to share my honest opinion on the phone with fellow consumers. The HTC HD7 is Tmobiles very first Windows 7 phone, and luckily for them they are moving in the right direction. The HTC HD7 Windows 7 Smartphone is of course not qithout its quirks, but they are thankfully, quirks in which I can overlook. The Upside: The Touchscreen- It is big, it's bright, it's easy on the eyes, and it is extrememly responsive to touch.
Excerpt: Overall I like this phone, but don't love it. It has a lot of cool features, it has flash for the camera, video and takes great pictures and videos. You can't however send your videos from your phone....which is ridiculous. Another thing I hate about the phone is that it is touch screen completely, so to answer and end a call you have to push a button on the touch screen and to activate the screen you simply move the phone.
Summary: This is a very usefull windows phone, but if someone is used to the old ones (Pocket PC windows phones) he or she will need a little time to get over it. In general good appearance, low weight, friendly but the battery is running out when you use a lot of it.
"Lots of good features but don't loose the basics"
20 May 2012
Pros: Large screen, apps all seem to run fine
Cons: super bad speakers, so what if there are two speakers. other cell phones with one speaker are much louder. nice big screen but can you change the size of the fonts. what a waste looking at a contact and cannot read the phone number
Summary: Gone are the days of the HTC Wing and other ghastly, cheaply manufactured devices. That's evident as of the last few years; the HD7 being no exception. The device feels solid and has a good weight. Volume level and quality is also good; an often overlooked area. It is tied in pleasantly with Windows Phone 7, as well as HTC specific applications that make use of the phone even better.
Pros: +Windows OS is easy to operate and looks good +Connect to Xbox live and some really good games +Netflix and Hulu Plus run smoothly +Voice features work well +Fits perfectly in pocket
Cons: - Defective camera is common - Poor speaker sound - Drops calls a lot - Overly sensitive screen opens applications you don't want - Horrible battery life - Bad signal, like all T-Mobile phones, only worse - Freezes, then touch screen stops working