T-Mobile Sells Out Of The The HTC HD7


The Samsung Focus isn't the only WP7 handset that sold out yesterday, as we're hearing that T-Mobile now has the HTC HD7 on backorder. As TmoNews puts it: We made a call to Customer Care and have been told that the handset is now on backorder and that they do not currently know when it will be back in stock. Additionally, when trying to order the HD7 from my.T-Mobile.com, we … [Read more...]

HTC HD7 Has Pink Camera Problems


The HTC HD7 seems to have inherited a major problem from its predecessor, the HD2, a pink camera. Evidently something is significantly wrong with the white balance calculator, as this is a photo of a fridge — a white one I might add. It doesn't seem to be hitting everyone, and might be a low-light issue. The HD2's problem was fixed via a software update, so hopefully HTC … [Read more...]

Check Out The HTC HD7’s MicroSD Slot


Arne Hess of The Unwired tweeted this shot showing the internals of his HTC HD7, which shows the device's MicroSD slot. It's our understanding that it's possible to swap out an old microSD card for a newer, bigger one, but you have to perform a factory reset afterwards in order to let the phone use it. So yes, it is user expandable, but you can't just throw things on and off … [Read more...]

HTC HD7 To Come To T-Mobile Nov. 8, for $199


T-Mobile has announced the pricing and availability for the HTC HD7 over Twitter. It'll set you back $199 with a two-year contract, and will be in stores on November 8. For those of you having trouble keeping track of which handset's which, this is the one with a 4.3-inch screen and 1GHz processor, if that helps. The device was previously announced for T-Mobile, without … [Read more...]

Microsoft Shows Off All Windows Phone 7 Handsets

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Microsoft's page to compare all the WP7 phones has gone live, and will let you look at all carriers, and all official models. Right now only five phones are there, keeping with the three AT&T and two T-Mobile units that we've heard officially about. In case you haven't been paying attention, they're the Samsung Focus, Dell Venue Pro, LG Quantum, HTC Surround, and HTC … [Read more...]