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Default htc hd3 design, revealed/pictures (exclusive specs)

here it is he hd7 that a lot of people have been waiting for!
i got this from wmpoweruser & engadget enjoy, do you like the design or not?
what about the 8gb internal memory?? is this a prototype? Hope so


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http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/22/h...-to-outdo-one/

here are the full specs guys

http://wmpoweruser.com/exclusive-htc...a-aws-support/
 
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Essentially a retooled Supersonic/EVO. At least on the outside.
 
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Essentially a retooled Supersonic/EVO. At least on the outside.
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a retooled hd2 but 4.3 in screen I'm loving it but if it looks the same dows it mean it has the same specs? further is this the thing we've been waiting for to run wp7 on the hd2?
 
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real pictures of the device, specifications (committed) with dualcore snapdragon and at least 16gb flash memory ... and a link to pre-order
 
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Looks very similar to the HD2, and this is a good thing, considering that (for me) the HD2 is one of the most beautiful phones in the market. Let's hope for good specs also.
But I think I will skip Windows Phone 7, really. I don't like the Metro UI, too minimal for my tastes and it wastes a lot of screen real-estate in the home. Also I'm not very fond of C# as a language / platform. I really prefer Java. And I don't know if I could survive with the new limitations the system gives. I have always loved Windows Mobile for its flexibility and, for me, Windows Phone 7 could be the new iPhone competitor, but not the right upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5.
When I look at a phone operating system, I look at:
1) Flexibility.
2) Feature rich.
3) Opennes.
4) C/C++/Java support.

Actually, only Symbian^3 seems to achieve these 4 goals (with an eye to Meego). Other systems seems to be developed with the casual user in mind, Android included. I'll wait patiently for Windows Phone 8 hoping for a new level of flexibility, expecially in programming support. I don't want to be forced in using proprietary tools / platforms and, in 2011 and over, I really hope Microsoft will pay a f*ucking license for Java Embedded. Really good news from the JavaOne this year.
 
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Kinda looks like my HD3 concept
 
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this is not HD7
its HTC Desire HD

here's some clue
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHO9A9Zf5g8
..>Compaq IPAQ h3750 > Asus MyPal A730 > Dopod D810 > HTC Touch HD and HTC HD2(now)
 
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looks ok...i still prefer android over wmobile, never making the switch back!
Phones:
1. Galaxy S2 Skyrocket
2. iPhone 4S
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Apple iPad 2
Galaxy Tab 10.1

 
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Quick question, what phone was the hd6?

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