The HTC HD7 clone unlike the original one, no question that is less powerful, but it is still acceptable for basic mobile phone users. Things you have to know is it doesn’t have a very fast processor, unable to record 720p HD video, and it won’t run Windows Phone 7. So, please do not expect it is going to be fantastic.
Unsurprisingly, the machine looks like the original except missing a HTC logo on the back, and also comes with average performance. It runs Android 2.2, offers a 4.3-inch display with 800×480 res, 416 MHz processor, MTK 6516 platform, 16GB of internal storage, 256 MB of RAM, a 1.3mp front camera and a 5mp autofocus rear camera. Obviously, it won’t turn out as smooth as the original one. Furthermore, it includes GPS, Bluetooth, CMMB mobile TV function, WiFi connectivity, G-sensor, light sensor and proximity sensor. More pictures below.
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