[Full HD7S Review] Announced in March 2011, HTC HD7S runs Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 software. It features same specifications as HTC HD7 but has a Super LCD screen. It is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 576MB of RAM and has 8/16GB internal storage. It features a 4.3-inch screen with 480 x 800 WVGA resolution, a five-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and autofocus. Other features of HTC HD7S include Bluetooth 2.1+, Wi-Fi, external memory slot and more. Read our coverage of HTC HD7S for latest news, reviews, and videos:
by GabePeters | March 28, 2011 1:51 PM
While Microsoft has yet to open Windows Phone 7's compass API to app developers, handset manufacturers have access to more open programming tools. This allows HTC to release the first WP7 magnetic compass app with the HTC Arrive. The app was simultaneously introduced to the marketplace and it was quickly discovered to be compatible with other HTC WP7 devices. The app prompts you to wave your phone in a figure-eight to calibrate the sensor, then overlays a compass on a map of your current location. The map allows you to select a destination for walking directions, and rotates according to ...
by Anton D. Nagy | March 23, 2011 10:34 AM
The HTC HD7 was available on T-Mobile for about $199 with a new contract -- we gave it a 3.5 out of 5 -- but looks like AT&T has got it up its sleeve with the carrier announcing the HTC HD7S. AT&T is announcing the HD7S as the largest screened Windows Phone 7 to be available on the carrier as it will be joining the HTC Surround, Samsung Focus and LG Quantum. It will be shipping with the latest version of Windows Phone 7 -- that is the NoDo update already applied -- pretty much like the HTC Arrive on Sprint. As usual with AT&T Windows Phones, it will come preloaded with U-verse. The AT&T ...
by Evan Blass | March 23, 2011 10:34 AM
HTC has submitted a Windows Phone 7 handset for FCC approval whose model number, label, and 3G band support suggest that it is a version of the HD7 suitable for use on AT&T. Packing the WCDMA Band V and II radios required for AT&T HSPA connectivity, this device goes by the model number PD29130 -- just one digit off from the PD29110, a WCDMA Band IV-compliant Windows Phone from HTC which passed the FCC on October 4th and is almost certainly T-Mobile's HD7. What's more, the two devices sport FCC ID labels which are the exact same size and shape, highly suggestive of the fact that they are ...