By Adam Z. Lein | November 5, 2010 1:48 PM
Here’s a look at the hardware on the T-Mobile HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7. The new kickstand design that surrounds the rim of the camera and duel LED flashes is quite a unique feature and I like it a lot. It looks like metal, but it feels kind of like plastic. The only thing that’s disappointing is the buttons. The hardware buttons around the edge are very thin and difficult to press. They don’t have much movement either, so it’s hard to tell if you’re pressing it correctly without looking at the screen. The HD7′s formfactor is very similar to the old HTC HD2 and HTC Evo 4G at 68 x 122 x 11.2 millimetres. We’ll see how the 1230 mAh battery holds up, but the 1Ghz processor is handling Windows Phone 7 very nicely. See PDA.Net for more detailed specs on the T-Mobile HTC HD7.