HTC Corporation, the Taiwanese based mobile phone maker after great relationship and brand new models for the Android customers, the company is happy to announce that it would be one of the first to come to the market with handsets running under Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 Operating System. HTC is glad to bring forward the much rumored, HTC HD7 powered by Microsoft.
According to the smartphone giant, this is just the start whereas a whole lineup awaits the Windows Phone 7 OS. The HTC HD7 has been approved by the Global Certification Forum with the smartphone coming to limelight with T-Mobile showered all over it.
Little is known about the HD7 features but some include., GSM/GPRS/EDGE with dual and UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA at 900/2100 MHz connectivity options, according to GCF approval note.
According to a close source, the HTC HD7 would be unveiled to the European market at first via various carriers but on T-Mobile in USA at launch. It is also known that the set is rumored to differ from the European version and would be fitted with enhanced hardware specs.
US users would lead with a 16GB version, a 576MB RAM with support for HSPA 7.2 Mbps, while European versions would only be deposited with an 8GB version.
Some other specs include., a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, a 5-mega pixel photo snapper with dual LED flash, Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS receiver, and much more to be revealed.
The source also confirmed that the price tag of T-Mobile HTC HD7 would be $199.99 with a 2-year agreement.