HTC has pulled the wraps off one of the cooler looking Windows Phone 7 devices called the HD7. The slick smartphone has a big 4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 480 x 800. That screen is touch sensitive and has pinch-to-zoom capability. The smartphone measures in at 4.8" H x 0.44" T x 2.68" W and weighs only 5.7 ounces.
The CPU inside the smartphone is a 1GHz unit and the machine has 8GB of internal storage in Europe and will have 16GB of storage in Asia. Available ROM is 512MB with 576MB of RAM available. The smartphone also has a 5MP camera that has dual LED flash and autofocus. That camera can record 720p HD video and has several built-in scene modes.
The phone supports normal 3.5mm headphones and has a micro USB port as well. Other features include 3G, EDGA, GPRS, and WiFi connectivity and the smartphone has many sensors integrated. Those sensors include a G-sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, and an ambient light sensor. Bluetooth is built-in with support for A2DP and more. The HD7 has full access to all the features of the new OS for games and apps. It will play most all media types for video and multiple audio formats as well. The HD7 has a kickstand on the back for watching video and the phone uses a 1230mAh battery. The phone has up to 320 minutes of talk time on WCDMA networks, and up to 380 minutes on GSM networks.