Some new information about the phone has been circulating along with the photo. It looks like the HD7 will not support the carrier's 4G speeds on its HSPA+ pipeline. The other news has to do with pricing. Once again, a top of the line device gets priced at an after rebate price of $199.99 with a signed 2 year pact.
As we told you, HTC plans on showing off its Windows Phone 7 handsets on Monday including the HD7, so we look forward to bringing you some more information on what promises to be one of the new operating systems' initial superstars.
UPDATED: The T-Mobile version of the 4.3" HTC HD7 will be coming with 16GB of storage, compared to the 8GB of its European brethren.
HTC HD7 Preliminary Specifications