"Worthy Sucessor of the HTC HD2."4.5 starson by indiantechie
Pros: The size doesn't overwhelm, impresive stats,amazing amount of internal memory, plus almost all of its hardware on par with other phones, unforunately it doesn't break any new ground as its suggested it will do.
Cons: the screen looks dull because of the area the pixels are spread over, while the size is always a pro, it's also always a con, and theres no exandable memory i dont undertsand why HTC would do that, especailly when its facing competition on launch.
Summary: While the screen may look dull the extra screen real estate more than makes up when viewing webpages or watching video, Then one major problem that HTC built for itself is no expandable memory slot, and i seriously dont understand why they would do that, especially when they are facing so much competition from other maufactures on launch day no less. Then we get to bittersweet part, the size while it may be too big for some people, no one out there can say that they would enjoy watching watching video's on a 3.5 or 3.8 or even a 4.0 inche screen then they would on this screen, plus the big size compliments some of Microsoft's built in features like the office suite on the go will be easier to view and edit on the screen, while downlaoding games from Xbox live it wil be easier to play games on this bigger screen.While it may not bre ak barriers as people may have expected, the HD7 is more than a solid smartphone in all affairs work or play. Most of the con's aren't unsolvable, and it all adds up to a satisfying smartphone experience.