As you all know, there have been a ton of Windows Phone 7 handset leaks leading up to the launch of the new OS. Possibly one of the most anticipated devices, though, has to be HTC's HD7. After all, many people loved the HD2, and this is five more HDs than that one! Today we've got some new purported shots of the HD7, but they're not what you might expect. Rather than blurry photos or anything like that, we've got some schematics for you. Looking like an EVO 4G with a Windows Phone 7 logo slapped on the back, the HD7 schematic looks to be touting a 4.3-inch screen. Any information beyond that, however, is tough to figure out.
While these HD7 schematics may be easy to fake, I'd say that they're probably legit. After all, they do look similar to an EVO and a recently leaked Verizon HTC handset, too. With a rumored release date of November 17th, we don't have much longer before we can finally see how accurate these HD7 leaks have been. I just want to know one thing: will people find a way to hack Android onto this HD, also?
UPDATE: The schematic leak seems to have opened the door to a flood of HD7 leaks today, as both an alleged render of the device with HTC's Sense-ified WP7 interface and possible specs have leaked. The list of specs include a 1 GHZ QSD8250 Snapdragon chip, 4.3-inch WVGA display, 5 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 720p video capture, and 8 GB of built-in storage. So, any bets on how much of this info is legit?
UPDATE #2: If you were concerned that today wasn't already filled with HD7 leaks, then I've got good news for you. First we had schematics of the HD7, then a render, and now honest-to-goodness in the wild photos have been released. The most interesting part of the HD7 has to be the kickstand, which is the part the actual goes around the camera. If you're interested, there are plenty of photos right here.