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HD7S – AT&T name for HD7

  A few moments ago AT&T announced its version of HD7: HTC HD7S. Although AT&T says that SLCD is a better display, our first impression is that we are discussing more or less about the same HD7: - 4,5” WVGA SLCD display - 1GHz Scorpion CPU - 5Megapixel camera - Windows Phone 7 There is no word yet about an exact release date but it seems that it is a problem of one-two weeks. As always the best place to unlock your HTC is here. To unlock HTC HT7S click here:

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Live coverage – HTC event (1 hour to go)

Stay tuned as we will send live news from the HTC most important event of the year held in London today! Rumors says that most expected HTC Desire HD it will be the star of the event but who knows? It may be possible to hear also about Vision, G2, Desire Z, Schubert, Mozart, Mondrian, HD7/HD3 and others... ---- The Desire HD will have a large 4.3 inch WVGA screen, 8MP camera, 1GHz Qualcomm Processor, Android 2.2, 720p HD video, Flash 10 support, 4GB internal memory and will be crafted from aluminium. Follow us also on Twitter for last HTC news:

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september 15 – launching date for HTC HD3 (HD7)

HTC has scheduled an event for September 15 in London, where it might unveil no less than three new devices. According to Smartphone House, the Taiwanese company will announce “a new HD3 Windows Phone 7” – which should, of course, come as the successor of the HTC HD2. A few days ago we’ve heard that the successor of the HD2 might be called HTC HD7 instead of HTC HD3, so for the moment we can’t be sure of its official name. (HD3 or HD7 the best place to unlock your device it is The code is already confirmed as available from ...

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HTC HD3 renamed HD7, launch October 18 2010

In an internal document from O2 UK, it can be found a reference to the HTC HD7 launch day: October 18. It is very possible that the HTC's successor to the popular HD2 it will be named not HD3 but HD7, to honor first Winows Phone 7 handset. (Source: Engadget)

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