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HTC HD7 pictured and specced by rumormongers trying to outdo one another (update: even more pics!)

Vlad Savov
September 22, 2010
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This morning we had schematics, by lunchtime the HD7 received its first purported image (visible after the break), and now there's already an even bigger and better picture showing the supposed HTC Hub-enriched Windows Phone 7 interface (see above). Any bets against the phone actually dropping into our laps by dinner time? HTCInside.de has garnished its imagery of the phone with a list of specs, headlined by a 4.3-inch WVGA screen, 1GHz Snapdragon SOC (the same QSD8250 as rumored for the Mozart), a 5 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 720p video recording, and 8GB of built-in storage. No, we're not exactly blown away by this hardware inventory either, but WMPoweruser has agreed with everything on the list, excepting a MicroSD expansion slot -- its tipster doesn't think there'll be any such expandability.

Update: And now we've come across even more live imagery, though the handset they're of is adorned with an HD3 label. Hilariously enough, the title of the Chinese forum thread they're from reads "HD3 picked up at the bar" (according to our machine translation, anyway). Still, this supposed HD3 looks like an exact match for the earlier drawing of HTC's jumbo WinPhone, and you'll want to see it if only for the ingeniously integrated kickstand on the back. All yours after the break. Thanks, Ahmad!


















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