T-Mobile Lands the HD7 Windows 7 Phone

Posted by Kallan Dahn Monday, October 11, 2010

HTC has released an apropriate evolution to their HD2.  The HD 7 will be the first T-Mobile device with Windows 7.  New feature in Windows 7 Integrates parts of the playbook from Verizon's failed KIN One and Kin Two devices, wich allow you to quickly see what family and friends are up to.  The device will include a 4.3" Touch display, Quad-band GSM/EDGE radios, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, Wifi and FM.  The phone will also endorse the standard 5 MP camera with duel LED Flash, and the 1 Ghz Snapdragon Processor.  The phone will also support HD video recording.  Netflix, Xbox Live, Zune, and Slacker Radio is just a taste of the bundled software for the device. In addition to the 16Gb of internal storage for entertainment related functions, T-Mobile is touting a new application called "Family Room".  The family room application will allow families to improve the flow of communication and manage schedules.  The device will officially be available mid November.  Price information is not yet available.

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