Engadget has got the goods once again. This time they have some more photos of the HTC HD7, which we assume is the 3rd coming of the HTC HD just skipping 4 numbers in the naming scheme to honor Windows Phone 7. In one of the photos, the start screen is customized in hot pink in the same shade as T-Mobile’s logo. In my hands on time with Windows Phone 7, I don’t recall the pink being this same shade. I could be wrong, it has been a couple of weeks. There is no doubt that it will follow the US release of the HD2 to T-Mobile too.
Today, an O2 Germany tipster blew off most of the remaining doors. We’ve got what appears to be a full spec sheet confirming a 1GHz processor, 8GB of storage and 5 megapixel camera but also detailing internal memory, a full complement of sensors, quad-band radio frequencies, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and more.
Don’t forget to head over to Engadget for a few more photos and a short, uneventful video.
Out of all the rumored Windows Phone 7 launch phones out there, this is the one I would be most excited about if only it would launch on AT&T’s network. I absolutely love the HD2, but without being able to use 3G data on the network I use, it’s pretty useless to me. My HD2 is an overseas model that I got months before the HD2 hit T-Mobile here, but when I got it, AT&T still had not turned on 3G in my area. It worked well for me until 3G was flipped on. At that point, it was time to grab the iPhone 3GS. If you are a T-Mobile customer, I envy you and think you have a serious home run device available to you soon.