The new T-Mobile HTC HD7 is one of the flagship Windows Phone 7 devices. It sports a large 4.3-inch TFT LCD display, reminiscient of the HD2 and EVO. Under the hood, it’s running a first-generation 1Ghz Snapdragon with 576 MB of RAM. The Windows Phone 7 Internet Explorer Mobile browser allows for mobile or “classic” browser viewing options. The phone connects to the Internet on T-Mobile’s HSPA network (equivalent to 3G>.
Compare that to the Apple iPhone 4, which remains an iconic product with its highly regarded iPhone operating system. The iPhone features a gorgeous (although smaller) display and a popular application store, and the iPhone uses AT&T’s 3G network for Internet connectivity.
How do these phones compare when it comes to rendering data in a browser? Check for yourself in our quick Browser Battle below: