HTC cooperates not only with Google but also with Microsoft. Though the company has launched more smartphones running Android than Windows Phone 7, nobody can say the smartphones based on Google’s platform are better than those based on Microsoft’s OS. As a good proof of my words I can bring the HTC HD7S as an example. It is AT&T‘s version of the original HD7 launched via T-Mobile, and it’s now available for purchase on AT&T’s stores.
There is no difference between the HTC HD7S and the HD7 except for the differentiating “S.” So for detailed information about the smartphones you can check out our HTC HD7 review. But if you’re looking for some quick info about this phone, I’ll introduce some of its key features. Well, the HTC HD7S sports a Super LCD 4.3-inch touchscreen with resolution of 480×800 pixels, a 1GHz processor, a 5MP camera with auto-focus and dual-LED flash, a 16 GB storage, a 576MB of RAM, a 512MB of ROM and others.
But we can meet all these features in other high-end smartphones that run the more popular Android OS, so AT&T counts on other feature(s) that will make the phone popular. Yes! It is the newly updated Mango that makes us hope Windows Phone 7 operating system has a bright future and will become more popular in time.