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- Product InformationWith this HTC HD7 Cellular Phone, make a style statement with its vibrant touchscreen. HTC cell phone. This HTC cell phone is a 3G-ready phone with a 1 GHz Scorpion processor and Adreno 200 GPU running Windows Phone 7 operating system. It offers Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement through its 3.5-mm audio jack. This HTC mobile phone has 16 GB internal storage memory. You can shoot 720p videos using the built-in 5.0-megapixel camera with AutoFocus, dual-LED flash of this HTC mobile phone’s 4.3-inch, 480x800-pixels resolution, LCD display is a capacitive multi-touch display screen making for user-friendly operation. The HTC HD7 Cellular Phone has built-in Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP support.
- Family LineHTC HD
- Storage Capacity16GB
- Network Generation2G,3G
- Network TechnologyGSM/GPRS/EDGE,UMTS
- BandUMTS 2100 AWS 1700/2100
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- Battery Capacity1230 mAh
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size4.3"
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.8 in.
- Depth0.44 in.
- Width2.68 in.
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- ofmarzJan 25, 2017by
It's an old one
This review is in no way the seller's fault. It's Microsoft's. There are no updates for it, the store is not supported and if you have music on your computer, it's the only way you'll get music on it. Be happy with the core apps on it; that's all you get. I tried logging in with my Microsoft login (the one I use for my HTC 8X, 640 LTE and my 635). No luck. It is, in essence, a handheld boat anchor. If you buy a Windows Phone, an older one, make sure it runs, minimally, 8.1. Windows Phone 7 is not supported, as far as I can tell.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- biasedconsumerAug 28, 2013by
This product isn't perfect, but for almost $45 it was practically a steal.
I didn't think I would have an issue with this phone; I honestly didn't, nor did I think I would have to be a frustrated customer to speak out against his paid-for product. When I received the phone, it was either on the previous owner's or the deliverer's part to inform me of its condition. The phone was delivered as shown and described, with cracks and a missing battery as well as a missing battery door. However, through a thorough 'inspection', I came to the realization that the LED lights for the camera did not work. This isn't so much as a "The sky is falling" issue, but [again] either the deliverer or the previous owner could have informed me of the mishandled merchandise more properly. All in all, the only problems I experienced, while it may seem tedious, involved the broken LED lights and the gritted edge of the bottom portion of the phone near the speaker. It seriously looked like someone gnawed on it. Read full review
- artwantsitMar 12, 2012by
Supreme value and a phone you don't have to keep replacing with the newest!
It's interesting that I'm writing this review now after having come back to this phone 3 or 4 times since its release. I've played plenty around with Androids and iGadgets phones and as time goes, their products do get better and better as older versions go obsolete. But with a Windows Phone, I actually feel that the system (software and hardware) isn't as easily dated and I can always use an older WP7 phone without feeling the lag, the chokes and freezes, and the dinosaur hardware. With Windows Phone, the OS is snappy and updates have been (much) easier and I feel more guaranteed than Android. Bottomline is after using a newer dualcore Android phone on Gingerbread, I can't go back to an older roid phone; on the other hand, I keep going back to use the HD7 as it's got a, basically put, kick @ss OS. The "single core" processor, lack of RAM/weaker specs compared to today's newest simply just don't matter when the user experience is top notch. So if you want a phone to keep, just try one and forget about all the tech hardware hype for everything else. Anyhow, it's still worthwhile to mention a couple of cons I do notice everytime I pick this phone back up. The screen really isn't great as it's a bit washed out and viewing angles are... well, let's say a feature is that those big tiles change colors when viewed from different angles. The back cover is also too soft so it feels "lumpy" in hand. But nonetheless, if these are the only setbacks for half of the other phones I've used, the world will be a happier place. Well at least I'll be. Read full review
- 1075313865@dele...Mar 15, 2012by
I actually enjoy using this phone, it's worth the money. Pleasant surprise.
First and foremost, i'm an Android person, but i was lacking the money to buy the Amaze or Galaxy S II, so i went with the HD7. Let's just say, I was pleasantly surprised. Everything i thought i wouldn't like about it seemed to be fixed when Mango came out. I knew someone who had the HD2 and i didn't really like it but this phone is a far cry from it's predecessor. The OS is smooth, sleek, organized, and very fast. I haven't experienced any kind of lag so far. Not sure if the screen is glass or plastic but it's hard and not that weird soft plastic type material the screen on the HD2 had. It's fairly easy to use, for someone who is used to smart phones. Nice large screen. It's not a super AMOLED screen or anything but the colors still pop in my opinion. Pictures are excellent when you have the right lighting. Calls are clear, i hardly ever lose my signal, and the speaker is great.I was worried about the internet explorer browser at first but it is actually very fast BUT, it doesn't support flash. Now for it's downfalls. The market is no where near as extensive as Apples or Androids so if you are looking for tons of apps, this is not the phone for you. It does not (or at least i haven't found it yet..maybe it's just me) have a silent option, only vibrate. Even when you turn the volume all the way down, it just goes to vibrate. This may not bother some but it irritates me. I'm a student and when you are in a quiet class full of people taking a test...vibrate can sound a lot louder than usual. So you have to turn the phone off for complete silence. Being forced to use iTunes for an iPhone was a problem for me so with the HD7 i didn't like being forced to use Zune to put music on my phone. Also I'm quickly realizing that 16gbs may not be enough. But maybe that's just me because i'm a music junkie. I haven't tried the mobile tv but i did check out the Netflix app. The app takes a min or 2 to boot up the very 1st time but after that everything moves pretty fast. Doesn't take the movies long to load up at all. The sound quality is excellent and the picture is actually not bad either. It started off really pixelated but cleared up after a couple seconds. I'm sure that has a lot to do with your signal also. It's pretty decent to watch a movie on if you have no other choice. I haven't actually watched a full movie on the phone so i'm not sure how that effects battery life. But i did take an 8 hr road trip and played my music the whole time. Started on a full battery and by the time i got to my destination, i still had a little under half of battery life left. Maybe a quarter, and i still used the phone a couple hours more after reaching my destination before having to charge it. That is pretty excellent coming from a Mytouch 3g. The battery life on that phone was horrible. All in all, if you are looking for a good phone and are ready to do a little give and take, then this is for you. Read full review
- jasontoolittleDec 02, 2011by
Great device...once setup is complete
Setup does not run as smoothly as an android phone or iphone. The app store is no where near these other markets either and it seems like the apps are more expensice. For example, Angry Birds on Android Market is free, 99 cents on iPhone and 2.99 on Windows. Getting all my mail accounts to sync properly required some online tutorials and some added software to my computer for Outlook. Yahoo was no problems to set up and so were Facebook and Twitter on the device. Getting the Zune software on my PC to sync properly required the phoned to get its update to 7.5 before it would starting syncing music but one I upgraded it was very simple to sync music. Overall once everything was set up and working properly the phone works great and the user interface is both beautiful, customizable, and simple enough a child can navigate. The new Internet Explorer browser far exceeded my expectations compared especially with my old Windows 6 phone. In conclusion the phone can be a pain to initially set up and the market is still too new to enjoy like a iPhone of Android phone but it is a great device and Microsoft finally hit the mark with a mobile operating system! Read full review
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