Sign up for a new account or log in here:
Enormous and bright screen, Userfriendly Windows Phone 7 OS, Smooth performance with no lag, Kickstand for watching videos.
Impressive design, large display, good for web browsing
Good screen, bright enough for direct sunlight, Fast and responsive, Excellent for media playback.
Well designed, UI is super slick, Audio quality is excellent
Great Looking UI, OS is Very Simple to Use, Large Screen, Looks Great, Web Browsing is a Great Experience
Interface looks good and performs well; 4.3in screen is big and bright; touchscreen is very responsive.
Decent battery life; thin; very large and responsive display; good build quality; kickstand; feels great in the hand; decent camera, dual LED flash helps in low-light situations.
High quality look and feel, Large responsive capacitive touchscreen, Windows Phone 7 provides a unique and easytouse user interface, Wireless synching through Windows Live is included.
Excellent performance with a responsive touchscreen, beautiful and fresh interface design, strong multimedia features, 4.3″ display transforms the system into a mobile theater, Find my Phone feature is builtin and free, with its great performance a
Windows Phone 7 looks great on the screen, Video is smooth, bright and immersive, Web browsing is a pleasure on the large screen, Dolby Mobile and SRS work very well for music and video
Design feels solid, including kickstand, Large display makes for easier typing, bigger type on websites, Fast data performance with HSPA coverage, Useful bundled apps
Nice user interface, large display for browsing, builtin kickstand for video viewing
The HTC HD7 features a large 4.3-inch display and has a solid build quality and integrated kickstand. The Windows Phone 7 device offers full wireless options, a 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture, and 16GB of internal memory.
Large, bright screen. Useful kickstand. Excellent audio and video performance.
Well built. Great screen. Xbox Live gaming and Zune Music.
Speedy browsing, intuitive user interface.
Giant 4.3inch display makes everything easier, Windows Phone 7 runs like well oiled machine, Great ergonomics
The gaming fraternity will be itching to get online with the Xbox LIVE facility ...
Windows 7 phone, Large and responsive screen, Screen is ideal for playing games, movies. The kickstand works perfect during such occasions, Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement provided the right effect, DualLED flash supported the absence of Xenon, Clo
Short battery life, Poor camera quality, Limited viewing angles, Screen washes out easily
Poor display quality, terrible camera, weak loudspeaker, below average battery life, Windows Phone 7
Recessed power button difficult to push, Mediocre battery life, Camera lacks color richness, pictures often blurry and dull
Must use Zune for media transfer, No tethering or Bluetooth file transfer option, Poor battery life, No Chat apps preloaded, No Flash or SilverLight support, Music enhancements not within Players UI, No access to App Ma
Sound quality not great from builtin speaker; battery life too short; No multitasking; no cut, copy and paste.
Windows Phone 7 is still has an extensive setup process; display looks a little washed out when compared to other devices; lagginess (specific to launching third-party applications); dual LED flash is sometimes too bright; tends to forget some settings.
No slot for memory cards, Mobile Office apps (particularly Word) are short on features, Weak external speaker affects speakerphone performance, Wireless synching can be complicated to set up, No "cut and paste" or thirdparty multitasking.
Doesn’t take advantage of TMobile’s 4G network, no cut and paste or internet tethering available yet for Windows Phone 7, dedicated social networking apps like Facebook and Twitter need to be downloaded separately, lacks multitasking capabilit
Design has a few issues, OS needs to mature, Camera has some issues, Battery life could be better
Display looks duller than competing phones, Doesn't support HSPA+ or mobile hotspot app, Shorter battery life than Samsung Focus, Volume rocker too narrow, Out-of-focus 720p video
Mediocre 5mp camera, poor fitting rear cover, no 3rd party app multitasking or task switcher
The HD7 is on the bigger side and lacks expandable memory. Speaker is weak. Touch screen isn't quite as sharp or vibrant as the latest devices.
No HSPA+. No hotspot mode. Poor camera.
Average camera. Choice of apps limited. No easy way to switch apps.
Camera, limited storage.
Questionable build quality, Poor viewing angles, contrast, color reproduction, Small battery for its size
Though the HD7 has 8/16GB of on board memory, there’s no memory card slot to top that storage space up Look and Feel...
No card slot, No lens protection, No Bluetooth file transfers, No video calls, No multitasking, Limited availability of third party apps, No flash or silverlight support
By ConsumerSearch on July 01, 2011
HD7's giant screen falls flat With a body "big enough to double as an ice scraper," according to Matt Buchanan of Gizmodo.com, and a screen to match, plus the well-designed Windows Phone 7 operating system, the HTC HD7 for T-Mobile plays on some...
By BrightHub on June 09, 2011
I have never been this happy with a mobile and certainly not as impressed with one since the first iPhone was released.In terms of performance, design, and features, the HTC HD7 is the equal of the HTC HD2 and the Android powered HTC Desire....
By Trusted Reviews on June 02, 2011
The HD7 is one of the better looking large screen smartphones and feels speedy to use. We also like the modern looking and straight forward Windows Phone OS. However, the phone feels a bit like a missed opportunity, because what could have been a...
By AnandTech on May 12, 2011
When Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 late last year, it was readily evident that they had a solid platform on their hands, but it was missing some critical details. Chief among them? Copy-and-paste, bringing back a frequent grievance from the...
By Geek.com on April 26, 2011
I’ve been an Android user since the G1. Picked one up on launch day, in fact. I was working in an environment that was heavily embedded in open source, so the greater concepts that surrounded Android appealed to me. It was my first real...
By CNET Australia on April 12, 2011
With Windows Phone 7, the HD7 is a great smartphone for beginners but its locked OS and absent features will frustrate seasoned smartphone...
By Whathifi.com on March 18, 2011
Until now, Windows Mobile (as the OS was formerly known) hasn’t really endeared itself to the mobile crowd, paralysed, as it was, by glitches. Microsoft has gone away and come back with Windows Phone 7 (WP7). And, seeing that is a seen as a cool...
By TechTree on March 16, 2011
The HTC HD7 is a disappointing combination of incomplete software and mediocre hardware. Its biggest drawback is the Windows Phone 7 operating system, which just doesn't have anything to offer right now apart from a slick interface. It lacks...
By GadgetReview on February 28, 2011
HTC HD7 ReviewFebruary 28th, 2011 12:00 PM | by James Pikover | View Comments | cellphone review, hd7 t-mobile hd7, HTC, HTC HD7, Microsoft, Review, T-Mobile, Windows, Windows phone 7, wp7HTC’s HD7 is the second Windows Phone 7 device I’ve...
By Techgage on February 28, 2011
Overall, the HD7 proved to be a solid, easy-to-use device. Watching a movie on the smartphone is unlike any other Windows Phone device, provided you are prepared to use headphones or a third party external speaker. The kickstand is solid in...
Get free exclusive content, learn about new features and breaking tech news.