FCC takes HTC HD7 apart

Now the HTC HD7 isn’t a new phone by any means, having arrived at the FCC in October last year, but it has taken this long to see its internal and external photos released. Of course, if the folks who love tearing down a new device have already gotten hold of the HD7 in the past few months, they would have been privy to this Windows Phone 7-powered handset’s innards a long time ago. Originally meant to be known as the HD3 as it will succeed the HTC HD2 , the HD7 name was decided upon in order for it to be consistent with Windows Phone 7 branding. The device’s internal photos lets one check out its Qualcomm SnapDragon processor, Qualcomm Power Management chip and internal memory that comes in the form of a 16GB SanDisk chip. Now that your curiosity is satisfied, make sure you keep those other 8 lives well preserved.

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