Full specification sheet, along with real life pictures of HTC HD7 / HD3 has been leaked into the wild. For those of you who don’t know, HTC HD7 / HD3 is a Windows Phone 7 device and is the highly anticipated successor to last year’s HTC HD2 (a Windows Mobile 6.5.x Phone).
HTC announced earlier that they have plans for launching a Windows Phone 7 handset but they never mentioned or revealed any price, specs or estimated release date for the said device. But now, a leaked inventory document of German cellular network O2 has revealed an upcoming Windows Phone 7 device by HTC, dubbed as the “HD7” which is likely going to be successor of the much popular Windows Mobile handset HTC HD2.
We all thought that the HTC HD3 might be HTC’s first ever Windows Phone 7 handset, but it seems like all that is going to change. A recent leak from mobile operators in the UK shows a new handset named HTC Gold, which is slated to hit stores in November this year, and of course will be powered by Windows Phone 7.
Wow! this is big! We all knew this was going to happen at some point, but not as soon as this. Apparently, some Russian folks have managed to port a “real” working ROM of Windows Phone 7 on the most popular Windows Mobile device – the HTC HD2. Tom Codon of HTCPedia has posted screenshots which shows off the device running an early build of Windows Phone OS 7.0.
Just stumbled upon these concept images of HTC HD3 and thought I should share it with you all. This one, unlike any previous leaks that we have seen looks closer to what could be the real deal come this fall, when Windows Phone 7 Series devices will finally roll out to the masses.
A Chinese site by the name of QQ (QQ.com – English translated version) claims to have got hold of the specifications for the successor to HTC HD2. According to them, HTC HD3 will launch in November 2010 (exactly one year after HD2) and will be powered by Windows Mobile 7. Moreover, it will feature Qualcomm’s 1.5Ghz Snapdragon processor, a 4.5’’ HD display, HDMI port, support for 4G, WiFi and WIMAX, 8 megapixel camera with support for 720p HD recording, 16GB internal memory and 32GB external via microSD card.