Selling mobile phone 'creates opportunity to fall in love with HTC HD7'

21 October 2010 — 4:04 PM

HTC's HD7 has won over one reviewer

Consumers who want to upgrade their handset, possibly after selling their previous mobile phone, will find "much love" if they choose the HTC HD7, says a reviewer.

Flora Graham, taking a look at the new model for CNET UK, notes the first of the brand's devices to run on the Windows Phone 7 operating system is a winner.

She admits the latest platform by the computer giant is given "the best possible launch pad" by the high-quality mobile phone.

"The new operating system is swipy, swoopy fun and surprisingly simple to use," Ms Graham explains, adding the phone offers "sleek good looks and [a] big, beautiful screen".

Among the other specifications picked out by the expert as particularly impressive are the model's vast music store and successful integration of an on-screen keyboard.

Ms Graham recently labelled another of HTC's latest releases, the Desire HD, a "colossus" and said it is one of the most stylish mobiles around.

Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you're style conscious and have to have the latest technology, this new HTC phone might be for you. Why not trade-in your old phone? You could make some extra cash."

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