HTC has lifted the lid on a new iteration of its Windows Phone 7 powered HD7 phone, sweetening its spec sheet with the new NoDo iteration of the operating system and a better screen.
Unveiled at the CTIA tech expo, the HD7S replaces the LCD display of its predecessor with a Super LCD number for extra brightness. Its dimensions remain the same at a capacious 4.3-inches.
The handset will also run the just released new version of Microsoft’s platform out of the box, adding much-needed copy and paste functionality to the hub-based OS.
Elsewhere, the smartphone’s features are unchanged. That means you’ll get a five-megapixel snapper with HD video recording, a 1GHz processor to keep everything running smoother than Terry Thomas and a 16GB of internal storage for all your apps and games.
UK carriers have yet to confirm whether they’ll be carrying the HD7S. But the fact that the original is exclusive to O2 suggests they’re the most likely network to pick it up.
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