HTC HD7 - A Great Alternative To Mainstream Smartphones by Chris Westley

The HTC HD7 is a recent smartphone from the highly regarded manufacturer. With numerous amazing features users will definitely appreciate the 5 mega pixel camera, the large touch screen and the original but simple user interface along with the new Windows Phone 7 operating system.

The HTC HD7 is an elegant and smooth handset with an impressive S-LCD capacitive touch screen of 4.3 inches. With a pixel resolution of 480 x 800 is has a display of up to 16 million colours, resulting in rich and brilliant colours and in a clear and sharp image. It is a great phone for viewing photos and HD videos and also for playing games or browsing the web. The camera surround on the reverse end of the handset can be flipped out for the phone to stand up and view videos in full screen landscape viewing.

The HTC HD7 provides 8 GB internal storage as standard, allowing users to store a large amount of media files, including pictures and videos or even an entire music collection. Users can store a virtually unlimited number of contacts and they also weblink have the practical photocall function which displays a picture of each contact whenever they call.

Just as,c1/smartphone,c8/ with any other HTC handset an enjoyable internet browsing experience is achieved through Wi-Fi connectivity and 3G. Wi-Fi allows a faster internet connection, while in areas with 3G coverage the download speeds are up to 7.2 Mbps. The handset connects to cellular networks using GPRS and EDGE, both provided in class 32 versions.

The Microsoft software used on the HTC HD7 is compatible with several other Microsoft products, including Bing Maps (operating through GPS), Xbox Live and MS Office.

Users have a 5 mega pixel camera at their disposal to take pictures or to shoot HD video in 720p. It is a powerful yet simple to use camera, with such included additional features as dual-LED flash and autofocus. The geo-tagging (using GPS) locates the place on a map where a certain photo was taken.

The Windows Phone 7 operating system combined with the powerful and dependable 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor delivers a speedy user experience even when multiple applications are running at the same time.

HTC and Microsoft have joined forced to come up with an appealing smartphone that showcases the operating system from Microsoft. As both companies are leaders on their fields, the result of their joint ventures is equally impressive.