Exclusively launching through Telstra in January 2011, the HTC HD7 will undoubtedly be the hero smartphone in the Windows Phone 7 range, pitting itself against HTC's own Android-based Desire HD, as well as the iPhone 4.
In addition to the large display, the HD7 will also boast 16GB of internal memory, up from 8GB on both the 7 Mozart and the 7 Trophy, and will include a convenient, flip-out kickstand on the rear, allowing users to comfortably watch multimedia content. Like all Windows Phone 7 smartphones, the HTC HD7 doesn't have a memory card slot for extra storage.
Pricing is yet to be announced.
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