- Issued By: Emma Rosher
- City / State: Ipswich
- Phone: Please E Mail
- Company Website: http://www.phoneslimited.co.uk/HTC/HD7.html
- Submitted: January 8, 2011 12:04 am
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ipswich, January 8, 2011:
HTC seem to be the mobile phone brand that have adapted best to the new Windows 7 platform, with a large number of models launched at the same time as the exciting new operating system. The HD7 is one such model, sporting both a large display and an impressive list of both software and hardware.
Whereas HTC’s other new model, the 7 Mozart, seems to focus much of its attention on audio and camera facilities, the HTC approaches things from another angle, setting this model up to be the ultimate phone for video playback and recording facilities. On the recording side of things, the unit can shoot footage at a resolution of 720 progressively scanned lines, or in more basic terms, high definition. Looking at sample footage from the phone, the results are indeed impressive, with detailed and colourful film that looks great on the phones large screen. An LED light replaces the Xenon flash found on many models, and this slight change results in a more life like representation, thanks to the Xenon system sometimes washing the colour out of subjects. Video playback is great, with a large number of files including MP4 and WMV catered for. The phone even comes supplied with a handy stand, perfect for sitting your phone on a table or a desk in order to watch a movie. Video capture is good, but it is pleasing that other aspects of the multi media features have not been overlooked. Still shots are equally as rich in detail thanks to the 5 mega pixel camera, and the unit features a physical camera shutter key. This is particularly useful on Windows 7 models, which allow you to take a photograph even when the phone is locked, saving you time and giving you more chance to really capture the moment.
The HTC HD7 follows in the footsteps of the similarly brilliant large screen phones the HD 2 and the Desire HD. The screen is the real eye catcher at a mammouth 4.3 inches, however thanks to some clever design and neat curved edges, the overall measurements are still a very pocketable 122 x 68 x 11.2mm. At 162 grammes the weigh is no heavier than you would expect from a phone with such a large screen. Resolution wise the phone boasts a high end 480 x 800 resolution. The screen uses LCD technology and supports multi touch, meaning zooming is easy on websites and other features via the pinch to zoom method. When zooming, the page renders very quickly thanks to the powerful 1Ghz processor that keeps everything about the phone performing at top speed. 8GB of internal memory is perfect for storage of all manner of files, be it audio, photo or video.
The HTC HD7 squeezes perhaps the most impressive screen to date into an easy to use a feature packed phone which thanks to the new OS proves a welcome break from the likes of Android.
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