HTC HD3 Concept Pictures Surface [Fakes]

Late last week, there were rumors that the HTC Touch Pro3 would be released in Europe in Q3 2010, and now Pocket Now has come across some new concept pictures of the much anticipated HTC HD3 which will run on Windows Phone 7.


If the rumored concept is really true, then the HTC HD3 will be one of the best devices that will be in the market. The concept boasts that the HD3  will have a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 1GB RAM and 1GB ROM. The phone will also have a 16GB internal Micro SD with support for up-to 32GB. A 4.5 inch Amoled multi-touch capacitive screen with a resolution of 800×1280 and a 8MP camera.


This configuration is definitely what dream devices are made up of, however, these are just rumors and some of the screenshots are definitely inconsistent and look to be cooked up by someone who had lot of time on their hands, specially the screenshot with the specs, where the RAM and ROM Memory are written as 1GB and 1 GB (emphasized) in the screenshot below.

Most likely the concept pictures of the HTC HD3 are fakes, we will keep an eye for the real deal and let you know when we come across them.

HTC HD3 Specs Leaked?

HTC-HD3HTC HD3 is the highly anticipated successor to HTC HD2. It is expected to be released later this year. Little is known about this device other than that it would probably use Windows Mobile 7. However, a Chinese site is claiming to have acquired the leaked specifications for HD3. As always, take such rumors with a pinch of salt.

The leaked specs are impressive to say the least. HTC HD3 would purportedly be powered by a 1.5 GHz SnapDragon Processor and support full HD (1080p) playback. It will sport a 4.5” touchscreen with 1280 x 800 resolution. HTC HD3 will also include an 8 mega-pixel camera (Xenon flash), capable of HD video recording (1280×720). Other features include 16GB internal memory and (up to) 32GB extendable Memory, 1GB RAM, 4G support and a talk time of 8 hours.


If the leaked specs turn out to be true then HTC HD3 would be a phone to watch out for. As far as features are concerned, HTC HD3 seems to have it all.