Today is the official launch of Windows Phone 7, and it looks like HTC has the main flagship phone for the platform with their HD7. There are to be nine WP7 phones in all at launch later this year, but this seems to be the biggest and the baddest.
This 4.3-inch touchscreen phone is loaded up with a 1GHz processor, 16GB of internal storage and a 5-megapixel camera capable of shooting 720p video. With size and specs like that, it looks to be the WP7's answer to Android phones such as the Droid X, big honking phones that don't skimp on screen real estate or guts. It's coming exclusively to T-Mobile in mid-November for a price that's to be announced.