too expensive for a gift but no option or a choice
20 April 2011
Summary: Very nice phone; Volume is minimal; too many features for the phone; too expensive for a phone that will not last that long; need more time in the manufacturer's warranty; more money for the investor
Summary: i do not like this phone at all ;it does nothing,i expected more out of this phone,and i am not getting anything,my htc hd2 did more than this product by far,i have not been this disappointed since the razor phone,all i wanted was to video stream a live program,hd7 doesnot video stream(didnot know that),i am really not pleased at all
Summary: I WP7 to be the best cell phone operating system. I used Android and I phone, and WP7 bests them. That is not to say it has no short coming. I upgraded to HD7 from HTC HD2. Win Mobile 6.5 which is the operating system in HD2, is clunky and most developers stopped developing for it. But it allowed one to tether a notebook PC. HD7 does not allow it! I gathered that it is a function that was disabled by T-mobile, and is not organic to wp7.
Summary: Absolutely LOVE this PHONE! Smooth as silk! Highly recommend to anyone! HTC Smartphones are by FAR superior to any phone manufacturer! Microsoft is definitely on the right track with this Operating System. We can only hope they continue to support this system....not to mention get the bugs removed from their "antiquated, UPDATE SYSTEM".
Summary: The HD 7 has the largest screen to date. Large numbers and text. Win7 still has a way to go. Example; if you receive a text and you want to to save the number and contact from that text to your contacts you can't. There is no "Save to Contacts" in text messages. Or at least I have not been able to find it. Also, there is an issue in loading "Apps" from "Market" Error message "Can't complete at this time, try later.
Summary: the phone as a device is awesome... huge display is incredible... windows phone OS is unfortunately buggy, freezes from time to time the market place for the apps wants to be good but there are things that you will miss inside it in compare when you tried google market at least once... :) i really like the integration with the microsoft live service as well as with the facebook... emailing works fine...
Summary: Overall a solid phone. battery life kind of sucks, but manageable extremely responsive to the touch Windows Phone 7 is easy to use and I grew into loving it over the style of IOS, and android. Just need some more tweaks. HTC apps are better than Samnsungs, but as a device, I'd still prefer Samsung's slightly over HTC just because of the super Amoled screen.