HTC HD3 - Specs and Concept Photos Leaked

Written by Z-NetWORKS on . Posted in Industry News

HTC HD3 Windows Phone 7 Design

Long awaited but this looks like the follow-up product of the hugely succesful HD2 phone!

The HTC HD3 will almost certainly be the most feature-packed smartphone ever built, equipped with a massive 4.5" AMOLED touchscreen, a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, an 8-megapixel camera with a dual LED flash, and an HDMI output with support for 1080p HD video playback, 720p HD video recording.

HTC's HD3 is claimed to be just 10mm thick, will also be one of the first smartphones to run Windows Phone 7 Series, which was first unveiled in February 2010.

Are we just dreaming or is this the real deal?

 

UPDATE: (2 Sep 2010): It now seems that the HD3 will be renamed HD7 to coincide with the launch of Windows Phone 7...

What's in a name, eh?

 

UPDATE 8-Sep: Have a look at RELEASE DATE and more details on the HD3 just revealed here!

 

Read on for more specifications and pictures!...

 

 

Specifications:

  • 4.5″ AMOLED screen with 1280×800 resolution (which Windows Phone 7 Series doesn't currently support?)
  • 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
  • 1080p HD video playback
  • 720p HD video recording
  • 8 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash
  • Multi-touch screen
  • Super-thin – just 10mm
  • WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity
  • 4G connectivity for blisteringly fast downloads (over ten times as fast as today's HSDPA phones)
  • 1GB onboard RAM
  • 32GB storage (microSD)
  • 3.5″ headphone jack
  • HDMI output for connecting to your HDTV or monitor
  • 1800mAh battery for super-long battery life
  • Bigger screen than the HD2, but a smaller overall physical size: 115mm x 65mm x 10mm

 HTC HD3

I currently own the HTC HD2 which I have been known to describe as a) a monster of a smartphone, b) the best Windows Mobile Phone available and c) the only phone worth having. But if these HTC HD3 rumoured specs turn out to be more than just rumours - then that will all change, and I'd say I'll be carrying around one of these babies in my pocket.

 

This looks like it will be one of the hottest phones to be released towards the end of this year!

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    Comments (8)

      • pixelated

        damn... just when i thought i was making progress paying off my HD2! <br />but i suppose that's always the way with phones :sad: <br /><br />needless to say im very curious about the new model though!

      • Nehemoth

        I doubt very much that this smartphone will have AMOLED... as HTC anounced recently that will switch from AMOLED to the new Sony TFT LCD... as Samsung hasn't able to Ramp up the production to meet the demand.<br /><br />Maybe is Samsung fix the issue for those times you will see it as announce.

      • What_a_load_of_tosh

        This is beyond a joke. There's been at least 3 rumoured specs for the HD3... and HTC have never even commented on whether there will be a HD3 or not!<br /><br />Seriously... I won't believe any of these kids releasing rubbish. I'll only believe it when it's on HTC's site.<br /><br />I mean... come on!!! 1080p video with a screen that's only 800 pixels in height. Errr... hello??

      • ali

        i love ittttttt :* its mean if it comes i have a my dream smartphone that i always want it

      • hugo

        i own the hd2 and its the best... im really hoping that this hd3 is real because its the ultimate and i will own it. hd2 is the best phone ive had with no problems.

      • hugo

        htc is #1

      • Norman D. Robinson

        I'm all in on this proposed new HTC HD3 phone. I have been saving up for the best WP7 option. This looks as though I have fallen in love on first site. :lol: I do hope this is the real deal and that I'm not now chasing a pipe dream.<br /><br />Guys my wallet is open...!!!! Let me at the darn thing...!!!! 8)

      • Kashif Dar

        htc HD3 is a fantastic professional mobile phone for the professionals now i am currenty using hd2 and want to shit hd2 insted of hd7.

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