More details about the HTC HD7 have emerged on the same day that pictures of the Windows Phone 7 device emerged on the web.
WMPoweruser writes that the phone comes with an "old" Qualcomm QSD8250 SoC, one which runs at 1GHz and has been superseded by the QSD8255 which was launched recently and is currently used by the HTC Desire HD.
Other details include 512MB onboard storage with a 8GB non removable microSD card (yep, like the iPhone, you won't be able to upgrade) as well as 576MB RAM; there's a large 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, similar to the one on the HTC HD2.
As for most high end smartphones, you get three types of sensors and a digital compass as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, A-GPS, 3G and HSDPA.
HTC has judiciously added a FM radio and the camera onboard is a 5-megapixel camera with two LED flashes; we're slightly concerned about the 1230mAh battery and HTC has yet to disclose the standby and the talktime.
WMPoweruser notes that the phone appears to be just slightly bigger than the HD2, possibly due to the addition of the kickstand.