A concept successor of the highly acclaimed HTC HD2, introducing HTC HD3 now running on the Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone 7 4.5 inch S-LCD screen (480×800 resolution) + Multi-Touch 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 8 megapixel camera (Auto Focus+Xenon Flash) + 1080p video recording 1 GB onboard RAM Nvidia 512 MB GPU 1080p video playback Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) + Bluetooth 3.0 + GPS 4G Enabled USB 3.0 Support 32 GB onboard storage + Upto 48 GB expandable via microSD Full access to thousands of apps in Windows Marketplace
SanderLeopardFeatured By OwnerMay 28, 2011Student Interface Designer
Brilliant, but for 1080p playback I'd say you better take a larger screen. The iPhone screen gets closer to 720p video playback than this phone does to 1080! How about an XVGA screen with a denser DPI?
You'd have to remove the call buttons, change 'home' to 'search' and change the screen resolution to 480x800.
But, for pretty much the most part, I would totally buy this phone if it supported AT&T's bands. That, and I definately have to say that I like your version of the Zune tab better than the one on the actual phone.