HTC’s flagship Windows Phone 7 handset, the HD7, has just been usurped at CTIA 2011 in Florida by a new model with a few incremental differences. The HTC HD7S will be launching soon in the UK, replete with a new display and some beefed up features.
The main difference between the HD7 and the HD7S is that new display. The Super LCD screen promises brighter, crisper performance, despite being the same size as the 4.3-inch one found in the original HD7.
The other change is that copy & paste functionality – sorely missing from Windows Phone 7 at launch – will be on the HD7S straight out of the box. Elsewhere the specs remain the same: there’s still a 1GHz processor, a 5-Meg camera and 16GB of storage.
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