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HTC HD7 spec sheet shows T-Mobile 3G, Sense widgets

updated 03:00 pm EDT, Thu September 23, 2010

HTC HD7 spec sheet leak shows T-Mobile band

The spec sheet for the upcoming HTC HD7 smartphone has just been leaked at WMPowerUser. The specs reveal a device that will be only slightly larger than the existing HD2 and which will have support for T-Mobile USA's 1,700MHz 3G band. The HD7 is expected to replace the flagship HD2 at the carrier.

Like with the HD2, it is likely the HD7 will be bundled with a 16GB microSDHC memory card for the US market and an 8GB card in Europe. New, preloaded apps should include a To Do list, a bedside clock and a Parking Meter Widget, which amounts to a countdown timer with a specific goal.

The specs also confirm a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, 576MB of RAM, a five-megapixel camera, an FM radio tuner, and 8GB of built-in storage. The 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen will support multiple simultaneous inputs, and have a 480x800 resolution.

The device may cost as much as the equivalent of $729 in Germany without a contract, or just $26 on a two-year term. US timing isn't clear, though Microsoft has sent signals that most American launches are due in November.








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  1. facebook_Michael

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    The Spec Sheet is FAKE!!

    I think there is something wrong with the spec sheet. For instance, the spec sheet is supposed to be a screen shot, yet the screen shot seems to be of a mock up of a Word document which wasn’t fully spell checked. Notice the red squiggly line under the word “mic” (bullet #7 under Liquid Indicator Accessories. This is not a misspelling notification under Acrobat or any browser. It seems odd to believe they would have located a Word document of the specs.
    Also notice that the “watermark” is behind the text of specs. This means that this entire spec sheet was retyped. If the specs were a screenshot then you could not apply the watermark under the text.
    Also the spec sheet lists the start/back and Search buttons as "virtual", which we can see from the picture they are not.
    Probably just more “leaked” disinformation.

  1. facebook_Michael

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    Joined: Sep 2010

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    The Spec Sheet is FAKE!!

    I think there is something wrong with the spec sheet. For instance, the spec sheet is supposed to be a screen shot, yet the screen shot seems to be of a mock up of a Word document which wasn’t fully spell checked. Notice the red squiggly line under the word mic (bullet #7 under Liquid Indicator Accessories. This is not a misspelling notification under Acrobat or any browser. It seems odd to believe they would have located a Word document of the specs.
    Also notice that the watermark is behind the text of specs. This means that this entire spec sheet was retyped. If the specs were a screenshot then you could not apply the watermark under the text.
    Also the spec sheet lists the start/back and Search buttons as virtual, which we can see from the picture they are not.
    Probably just more leaked disinformation.

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