Just as we get word that AT&T is getting an updated version of the venerable HD7, the FCC finally publicly releases the internal teardown photos of the device.
Turns out, there's no hidden treasure, but we do see the 16GB microSD card and even see that it was originally called the 'HD3' which to be honest, we actually like better (HTC's obsession with the '7' branding is confusing as heck). Other than that, it has your usual Qualcomm chipsets, Samsung SDRAM and a Broadcom WiFi transceiver. So if you're bored, check out the whole gallery at WirelessGoodness.
Source: FCC; via WirelessGoodness
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Thouse pics were leaked as a rumor long before HD7 was launched...
Old story... ;)In fact, there is no difference at all between HD3 & HD7 except the name, the little touch of colour, and the size of the Windows Phone logo.You can see all my pics here : http://forums.smartphonefrance.info/viewtopic.php?t=62217#8)
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