T-Mobile’s HTC HD7 Windows Phone?

HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7

T-Mobile, joined by HTC, will offer up the goods on a new Windows Phone 7 handset tomorrow afternoon. From the looks of it, these renderings of the supposed HTC HD7 could be the real deal. The HTC HD7, codenamed Shubert, has been rumored for quite some time. The source reports the HTC HD7 will be priced at $199.99 after a 2-year contract. Below are the rumored specs: 3G … [Read more...]

HTC HD7 Leaks To Video

Engadget, ever a wellspring of leaked information, has gotten some details on the HTC HD7 (aka the Schubert). A German tipster photographed it, videod it, and sent them the full spec sheet of the device: We've got what appears to be a full spec sheet confirming a 1GHz processor, 8GB of storage and 5 megapixel camera but also detailing internal memory, a full complement of … [Read more...]

More HTC HD7 Information Floods In

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Just yesterday, some images of the HTC 7 Trophy and and HD7 arrived, and now the flood gates have opened, swamping us with information. Unfortunately, there's also a lot of confusion about what devices we're talking about. There are a ton of names being kicked about, all of which may be the same, or completely different phones. There's the HD7, the 7 Trophy, the HD7 Mozart, the … [Read more...]

HTC Mozart Gets Full Spec Leak, Video

A tipster sent WMPU this video of the HTC Mozart pairing with a headset, along with confirmation of the full specs of the device: He confirms the device runs a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD 8250, with 512 MB ┬áROM and 8GB storage, 576 MB RAM, a 3.7-inch WVGA Super LCD display, 8MP CMOS camera and LI-PO 1300 mAh battery. The frequencies supported are Dual mode UMTS/HSPA (2100/900) and … [Read more...]

HTC Spark Specs, And Schubert Is Mozart

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Twitter user XMoo has posted a flurry of leaks about upcoming HTC WM7 phones. The veracity of these is up for debate, but they're worth looking at. Firstly, he claims that this is the spec sheet for the HTC Spark, but, as WMPU points out the hardware buttons don't match the current requirements of a WP7 phone, and the internal memory is on the small side. He also … [Read more...]