Deal: Unlocked HTC HD7 For $299.95


Australian website has the HTC HD7 Windows Phone fully unlocked for the price of $299.95 plus delivery cost based on location. The HTC HD7 is one of the best reviewed first generation Windows Phone devices; it boasts a 4.3" LCD display, 1 GHz processor, 16 GB internal storage, 5MP autofocus camera with dual LED flash, and 720p HD recording. Considering this is an … [Read more...]

Tiger Wireless Offers HTC HD7 On T-Mobile For $9.99


There are plenty of deals at the moment all over the Internet on Windows Phone 7 devices. Here, we have the HTC HD7 for T-Mobile provided by Tiger Wireless ( You can purchase the HTC HD7 for a price of $9.99 for a new T-Mobile account. The purchase also includes free standard shipping via FedEx. The normal value of the HTC HD7 on a new contract is $499.99 so … [Read more...]

HTC Comments On HD7 “Death Grip” Situation


HTC has proffered an official comment against the accusations that gripping the HD7 can lead to a dramatic loss in signal quality. In a chat with Computer Weekly, they pretty much said that it happens to all phones: "Quality in industrial design is of key importance to HTC. To ensure the best possible signal strength, antennas are placed in the area least likely to be … [Read more...]

T-Mobile Offering 2-for-1 HTC HD7

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Starting on Black Friday, T-Mobile is offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal for the HTC HD7, aka the one with the giant screen. The reviews of the device aren't steller, but picking up an extra handset for free is a pretty sweet deal, especially if you and a friend are both looking to get on board the WP7 train. Microsoft announced the deal over the Windows Phone Facebook page. … [Read more...]

MicroSD Installation and Voiding Your Warranty

Despite Microsoft warning everyone not to install MicroSDs just yet, everyone (us included) seem keen to add some more storage to their phone. Unfortunately, not every device is easy to get into. The HTC HD7 has the MicroSD slot placed so that in order to swap out the card, you have to remove a screw which has a sticker on it, which voids the warranty. Luckily, there's a way … [Read more...]