HTC HD7 smartphone

HTC HD7 review: The HD7's large screen and built-in kickstand make it an attractive option for multimedia buffs, but it isn't perfect.

  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • Price

    $ 768.00 (AUD)

Specifications:

Digital camera features
Camera resolution (megapixels)
5
Geotagging
Yes
Display
Screen resolution
480x800
Screen size
4.3in
Display technology
SLCD
Number of colours
16000000
Touch screen
Capacitive
Accelerometer
Yes
Flash
Flash type
Dual LED
General
Colour
Black
GPS
GPS receiver
Yes
Input
Keyboard type
Touch screen
Mail / Messaging
Messaging capabilities
E-mail, MMS, SMS
Microsoft Exchange support
Yes
Attachment editing
Yes
Attachment viewing
Yes
Memory
RAM
576MB
ROM
512MB
Mobile phone features
Form factor
Candy bar
Mobile phone networks
Mobile phone networks
Telstra
Network bands
1800MHz (2G), 1900MHz (2G), 2100MHz (3G), 850MHz (2G), 850MHz (3G) - Telstra Next G, 900MHz (2G)
Multimedia
Video playback
Yes
Music playback
Yes
Phone features
Speakerphone
Yes
Vibration alert
Yes
PIM (Personal Information Management) features
PIM features
Alarm, Calculator, Calendar
Power
Battery type
Rechargeable
Removable battery
Yes
Talk time
320min
Standby time
320hours
Battery size (milliamp hours - mAh)
1230
Processor
Processor speed
1GHz
Processor type
Qualcomm Snapdragon
Size and weight
Weight
162g
Height
122mm
Width
68mm
Depth
11.2mm
Software
Operating system
Windows Phone
Storage
Internal storage
16GB
Supported file formats
Audio files
eAAC+, MP3, WAV, WMA
Document files
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word
Video files
H.263, H.264, MPEG-4, WMV
Wired connections
Wired Terminals / Ports
3.5mm headphone jack
Wireless connections
A2DP Bluetooth
Yes
Wireless technology supported
3G, Bluetooth, Wireless 802.11b, Wireless 802.11g, Wireless 802.11n
*Specifications are subject to change without notice. While every attempt has been made by IDG Communications in the production of these specifications, possible errors or omissions may still occur. IDG Communications neither assumes legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any product specifications supplied.

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