HTC HD7 – The First Window 7 Mobile Phone


There is a new smartphone that has just hit the market in the UK. This is through the designers of the renovated mobile phone models like the HTC Desire and more recently the HTC Desire HD. Now we are ready for the launch of the HTC HD7 phone.

This HTC HD7 device boasts a speedy 1.3GHz processor chip that does tasks immediately and with no delay. HTC is incredibly well-known for making Android Operating system gadgets. Even so, this kind of latest gadget has been constructed using the brand-new Windows 7 mobile Operating-system. The unit has a widget centered menu system and is touch responsive and with the Windows Mobile 7 operating-system on board the HD7 is as flexible as it is powerful.

Social networking integration puts changes from Twitter and Facebook right at your fingertips and also the speedy 3G / HSDPA Connection to the internet not only allows for wall changes and pictures uploads yet delivers the full world wide web in your pocket. The internet is now becoming more and more important. It has been suggested that in 10 years time, there will be more people using their phones to connect to the internet than those using a PC to do the same.

This mobile phone also has a 4.3 inch screen that has a very crisp resolution of 480×800 pixels and also a large color palette actually helps to bring pictures as well as videos. Landscaping pictures can even be taken, simply switch the phone on its side and the display image rotates immediately. Recalling exactly where your own preferred pictures were taken can be absolutely no issue as the HD7 uses geo-tagging in order to tag the venue of where it was taken.

A very good blend of business resources and entertainment software mix to build this smartphone for all. The Pocket Office suite enterprises of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote as well as PDF while a media player and YouTube client present a good amount of enjoyment. The HTC HD7 has the best mixture of applications to keep all types of users fully satisfied and looked after with regard to their own communications requirements.

Source by Simon Love