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About this product
- Product InformationSupporting Windows Phone 7 OS, with enhanced copy paste feature, the HTC HD7 S renders improved performance. Powered by 1 GHz, single core processor, this HTC smartphone delivers superior speed and processing. Featuring a 4.3-inch, WVGA, super LCD capacitive touchscreen display, this cell phone gives incredible images and ensures convenient navigation through menus. With the 5 MP camera of this HTC smartphone, you can capture amazing pictures as well as shoot videos at 720p resolution. The extensive memory capacity of this cell phone lets you store almost all your music files and photos. Being Bluetooth 2.1 enabled and with Wi-Fi support, the HTC HD7 S makes connectivity simple and convenient.
- Family LineHTC HD
- Storage Capacity16GB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM/GPRS/EDGE,UMTS
- BandGSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- Supported Flash Memory CardsBuilt-In Memory
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-Ion Battery
- Battery Capacity1230 mAh
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size4.3"
- Display Resolution480 x 800
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardNo
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Release Date2011
Most relevant reviews
- alio_diallMay 31, 2017by
These phones are not good at all I ready returned the phones since 5/24/2017 I don't know why people are selling like those phones I really didn't like it and they want me to loose money again I don't know why they told me restocking fees it never happened to me before when I returned an item
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Refurbished
- sublime_86Dec 30, 2011by
Social device with great aesthetitcs, poor pixel density, lackluster camera
I consistently own more tech than anyone I know. While WP7 is new, fresh, and in few ways innovative, it is not a game-changer. It may augment competition between two stagnant behemoths to provide more interest in their own lackluster platforms, but it does nothing else. It's fun and inviting for the first week, then frustrating and condescending afterward. Why is there no hotspot? Why is it seemingly difficult to sync gmail? Why does the pocket-to-camera-in-seconds really take 8 seconds for a blurry photo? The soft keyboard is good, although I'm not sure if it's attributed to screen size or proper coding. "Autocorrect" seems to be more intelligible than the Apple variant. Battery life is deplorable if you can even get more than 200kb/s out of AT&T superfast mobileinternwebz. Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo! mail, and messaging is a total breeze, very easy to setup and use, but phone call quality is very lacking and sheesh.. the speakerphone is like listening to someone ruffle aluminum foil underwater. Speakerphone volume at max? Sounds like blown speakers. Bluetooth is easy to setup and use, though, so maybe a good headset will do you right. All in all, I'd call this a wunderbar budget phone when it's running 7.5 mango. WP7 is still beta for us, and has a long way to go, but it's different and exciting to the uninitiated. For those who have seen greener pastures, you may quickly become saturated with boredom and nostalgia for frozen yogurts. Said yogurt will also show up as pixelated images unless you zoom in if you decide to use the web browser, by the way. Read full review
- jjoh6450Nov 08, 2012by
U'll luv it!
Very,very satisfied! 4.3" screen is perfect size,better than the rest(2 me).Great phone,good price!I'd been a fan of Nokia for years.However,I wanted a touch screen with a decent size screen,and battery life.You can't beat Nokia when it comes to battery life.Any phone you don't have to charge every day is good in my book.This HTC HD7 has proved to me that change is good.
- kasapi13Nov 01, 2012by
Easy to use
I bought the phone as a gift and I liked it but I was embarrassed when I gave the phone with an old/display used box and the user manual looked like it was printed in 1980's with faded letters. When someone selects "New" I guess that doesn't mean the box. At least the phone is the most important which it was new it needed to be updated to the newest version. The battery is not that great you need to charge it every day because is not an iPhone but that's ok. Overall the phone is good and easy to use.
- boxerlover52Jan 15, 2012by
Great Phone, but an even better Operating System!
Windows Phone 7 was and sometimes still is one of the most under appreciated phone operating systems around. Its genius "see it all in one screen" interface, using simple one color squares on a black or white background, makes for by far, the quickest glace and go phone I've ever used. (I've used phones ranging from iPhones and Androids to older Flip-Phones and BlackBerries) The operating system is super fast. Syncs with my companies exchange and my personal Google account, and allows me to use both work and play applications seamlessly. It makes a great replacement for that aging Zune too! And on top of all that, The social media integration is superb, and nothing even comes close to it. In regards to the HTC HD7 Hardware, this is the nicest first gen Windows Mobile 7 phone, that has bridged into the second gen if you're on Tmobile. Its a well built phone, with a pleasant heft to it, and a perfect sized screen. (4.3") Windows Phone 7 has a great amount of potential....I just hope people start to realize this and jump ship from buggy android phones and wonderful, but quickly discarded iPhones. Read full review