Loaded with appealing features, it provides the full package and is great for those seeking an all in one device which can handle all of their communication, entertainment and productivity tasks.
Measuring up at 122x 68x 11.2 millimeters and weighing in at a pocket friendly 162 g, the HTC HD7 is relatively compact considering the size of its screen. The LCD capacitive touchscreen measures up at 4.3 inches in which up to 16M colours can be displayed within the pixel setup of 480x 800. As is standard with most new Smartphones, both proximity and accelerometer sensors are also included. On the back of the handset, there is an innovative kickstand which consists of a small metal structure which surrounds the camera lens and flash. This is hinged on one side meaning that users can stand the phone on any flat surface. This means that multimedia can be enjoyed in full screen mode at wide viewing angles: meaning a number of people can simultaneously watch videos or slideshows on the screen.
As standard, the HTC HD7 boasts a generous 8 GB internal storage which means that plenty of music tracks, video clips, downloaded apps and documents can be stored in the phone. Thanks to the generous level of internal storage, HTC has decided not to include expandable storage such as a microSD slot. This keeps things simple, providing all the storage you will need right out of the box.
A number of connectivity features are utilised to provide the HTC HC7 with the optimum internet browsing experience. 3G (HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps) and Wi-Fi are on hand to provide the fastest browsing experience, however GPRS and EDGE also provide internet connection whenever there is not ample coverage. They also keep the handset connected to the appropriate cellular networks. Micro USB and Bluetooth connections are also included as part of the package, allowing users to connect their device to compatible hardware such as other phones and computers. GPS with A-GPS support is also on hand to run the location based services such as a digital compass and Bing maps.
High quality still images and even high definition video footage (720p) can be captured using the HTC HD7’s built in 5 mega pixel digital camera. This operates at a pixel resolution of 2592x 1944, ensuring that photos are of superb quality. Auto-focus and dual-led flash are on hand to improve the quality of the resulting images whilst simultaneously simplifying the task of taking them.
The innovative Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system provides a seamless user interface which even a child could use. Alongside a 1GHz Scorpion processor, a fantastic user experience is assured. Social networking integration is included in the shape of Facebook and Twitter applications, whilst those seeking a productivity device for the office are catered for with a Microsoft Office and PDF document viewer.
Easy to use, aesthetically pleasing and packed with features: HTC is onto a winner with the HD7, as it ticks all the boxes and therefore offers appeal to all kinds of mobile phone user, and those looking for something different to the mainstream smartphone models.