HTC launches India’s first Windows Phone 7 device – HTC HD7

So, India’s first Windows Phone 7 device is officially here – the HTC HD7. With a MOP of Rs. 29,990, the HTC HD7 is the spiritual successor to the massive HTC HD2, bearing the same sized 4.3-inch 480×800 resolution screen, however, with normal LCD instead of the Super AMOLED of its predecessor.

As you’d expect, it has a 1GHz processor, 720p HD video recording, and a fair bit more RAM than the HD2, as well as 8GB internal storage. In place of the famous HTC Sense UI, HTC has developed the HTC Hub interface and native application that works with the WP7 Hub and Tile experience, offering users easy access to their latest and valuable information neatly divided into People, Pictures, Games, Music & Video and Office content.


The HTC HD7 – the first WP7 phone in India – has been launched in partnership with Airtel, where those with an Airtel connection will get an exclusive data pack to download 2GB data per month for 6 months at a special price of Rs 300.

Other Features:::

Gaming anytime, anywhere

Put the power of Xbox LIVE® in the palm of your hand. The large 4.3” screen makes the fastest action come to life. Play with friends, share scores, and earn recognition for your achievements. There’s a huge range of game titles available plus the option to “Try Before You Buy” so anyone can be a major player.


Cinematic experience

The big 4.3” high resolution screen gives an epic cinematic experience. Just flip out the kickstand, kick back and catch all the magic of your favorite movies and videos.

Make your own movies in HD

The HTC HD7 comes with an 720p HD camcorder which allows you to capture film with incredible quality and detail. It’s ideal for turning your friends and family into stars.

Ok lot of features,high expensive,more apps etc…we will see  how it works well in Indian Market



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