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HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

February 22nd, 2011 | by Thrystan |



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HTC HD3 is something we’re all dreaming about and it’s certainly not the HTC HD7. We’re thankful for concepts like the HTC Eerie HD3 below, created by Wallec (wwalczyszyn from Deviantart), since it’s looking incredible and its specifications are mind blowing. The device uses a 4.7 inch AMOLED display, that takes it closer to tablets than smartphones.

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

It measures 11mm in thickness and comes with a 2GHz Snapdragon processor, 64GB of ROM and 2GB RAM, plus a microSD card slot. HTC Sense can also be seen on the handset, together with Windows 7 Mobile Edition, but you can also go with Android 2.5 or Windows Phone 7. HTC Eerie HD3 supports 4G, EDGE, GPRS and WiFi connectivity and at the back there’s a 12 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash.

This new HTC concept phone supports 1080p HD video capture and it has a secondary 1MP camera at the front. If you had to choose between this and the HTC HD7, which would you pick? Imagine a price difference of $100 extra for the HD3…

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

[via gamesandgeeks.com]

  1. 14 Responses to “HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM”

  2. By Lubo Caslava on Feb 23, 2011 | Reply

    Nice idea .. i mean HDMI connection but much more better should be Cradle as WiFi reciever which is communicating with Smartphone or Tablet. In this case could be to one cradle connected more smartphone (tablet) types or models. Than could be used combined mode .. it means that in PC mode is on the LCD TV main desktop and tablet (smartphone) is as touchable keyboard. Front or back camcorder could be used for videoconferencing .. in this case is on the tablet display keyboard and video window and on the LCD TV is chat window. ETC ..

  3. By Michael Lococo on Mar 3, 2011 | Reply

    You can skip the sense and just stay pure WP7 for me. Sense had quite a few bugs when it was introduced on the HD2. And go with the Super AMOLED+ display… of course Nokia has been more innovative as of late.

  4. By Mobilemaster Sealblaighter on Mar 7, 2011 | Reply

    What a great concept phone!! I expect from HTC to make such a phone next year! They are capable for that! :)

  5. By Michael Lococo on Mar 7, 2011 | Reply

    Problem is HTC lost their Mojo… They got stuck in the Android tar-pit and forgot how to make a truly great phone! They peaked with the HD2 and have settled for mediocrity ever since. The HD7 is nice but it should have been great!

  6. By Jo Ann on Oct 23, 2011 | Reply

    Look, I’m not smart at these things I only know what I want in a phone, and I am sick and tired of companies nickel and diming the consumer every year. I am about to upgrade my phone to an HTC vice an iPhone, and I was reading about the RAM so, when will the HTC with 2GB RAM be available?

  7. By Mobilemaster Sealblaighter on Oct 24, 2011 | Reply

    Hi!
    I don’t know when they will have phones with 2 Gb of Ram, but Samsung will have one next year I suppose. Honestly, I am a Samsung and HTC fan. Both companies are great. HTC phones looks very cool. All of the HTC phones has the cool Flashlight function. :>

  8. By whistleblower on Dec 20, 2011 | Reply

    Nice Phone, like the idea of dual platform giving users the choice. Win 7 should stay desktop side though, Microsoft should withdrawl from building phone OS’s as my experience of them is that they are very poor and often restricted, and are prone to crashing!! I think Android can still offer alot more functionality and HTC should embrace this platform more and offer more features. Good concept phone, would like to see something like this within the next 12 months!!

  9. By Mobilemaster Sealblaighter on Dec 26, 2011 | Reply

    Hi!
    Compared with Android, WP7 looks weak. Now everybody knows that Android is the leader. Next year Windows will come up with something better than its current OS version.

  10. By Karl on Mar 2, 2012 | Reply

    It would be nice if it had 4G and GPS, as in satellite technology. Even better if it could also function as a satellite phone! :)

  11. By faisal latif on Sep 14, 2012 | Reply

    HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM like the idea of dual platform giving users the choice. Win 7 should stay desktop side though, Microsoft should withdrawl from building phone OS’s as my experience of them is that they are very poor and often restricted, and are prone to crashing!! I think Android can still offer alot more functionality and HTC should embrace this platform more and offer more features. Good concept phone, would like to see something like this within the next year

  12. By Mobilemaster Sealblaighter on Sep 20, 2012 | Reply

    Hi faisaf latif. So you would not buy any WP devices? How about the WP8?

  13. By sameer on Jan 11, 2013 | Reply

    this is high standard cellphone.
    I want buy this cellphone.

  14. By Mobilemaster Sealblaighter on Jan 11, 2013 | Reply

    Dear sameer, this is a concept phone only.

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