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WP7-powered HTC Arrive set to grace Sprint, Kyocera Echo also on the horizon

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WP7-powered HTC Arrive set to grace Sprint, Kyocera Echo also on the horizon
Seems like a WP7-powered handset, named the HTC Arrive (a.k.a. Ruby), is set to come to Sprint in the near future. As of now, not much information is available about this device, except for its recently leaked logo and its name, which was patented by UMTSO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) a few days ago.

No hard facts are known about this upcoming handset, but rumours are going wild that it's set to be part of Sprint's line-up. If this is true, and it's indeed running WP7, then this is set to be one of the first CDMA handsets powered by Microsoft's latest mobile OS.

There is no point in speculating whether a WP7 handset is going to be Sprint's "industry first" or not, especially as we will know for sure on February 7.

As for the other phone - the Kyocera Echo - details are even scarcer, and all we know at this point is its internal codename, which is said to be the "Sanyo Orange", and that it's also going to Sprint.

source: UMTSO via Engadget
WP7-powered HTC Arrive set to grace Sprint, Kyocera Echo also on the horizon

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