Review: HTC HD7
Nov 5, 2010, 8:03 PM by Philip Berne
The HTC HD7 is the biggest Windows Phone 7 device to launch Microsoft's new mobile OS. With a huge, 4.3-inch display, and a kickstand for support, does it measure up to the others?
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Is It Your Type?
The HTC HD7 offers Windows Phone 7 in an extra-large package. With a huge, 4.3-inch screen and a kickstand to hold it up, the HD7 still follows the same formula as the other new WP7 phones. Is Microsoft's new mobile OS even more enjoyable living large, or should you stick with something smaller?
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At Least This Phone has the right idea
Even a basic quick messaging phone will have a microSD slot for removeable memory expansion. It makes more sense (from a one-time memory update standpoint) to just have no memory expansion and put the extra GB's in the phone itself. Even from a marketing view ... this phone seems like a better idea.
This seems like the Cherry of t...