AT&T's Facebook page mentions the HTC HD7S arriving on June 5 for $200 on-contract

AT&T's Facebook page mentions the HTC HD7S arriving on June 5 for $200 on-contract
Seeing that Verizon is on the verge of launching its very first Windows Phone 7 powered device with the HTC Trophy, AT&T is obviously keeping a watchful eye to make sure their offerings are surely regarded as still fresh. However, the Samsung Focus, HTC Surround, and LG Quantum are starting to show their age, so it’s probably a good idea to finally freshen up their lineup.

With that in mind, AT&T’s Facebook page recently posted some exciting news about their next Windows Phone 7 device – the HTC HD7S. In fact, the posting mentions that the smartphone will begin to go on sale starting on June 5th for the customary on-contract price of $199.99. Although T-Mobile customers have been living with the handset for some time now, we’re still sure that AT&T customers will be thrilled nonetheless to see this one coming.

Seeing that it’s going to be launching in June, one would easily suspect to see it having the “NoDo” update already on board to give people the most up-to-date experience.

source: AT&T via WP Central

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HD7S
  • Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP
  • Storage 16 GB
  • Battery 1230 mAh(4.50h talk time)

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4 Comments

1. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

"AT&T is obviously keeping a watchful eye to make sure their offerings are surely regarded as still fresh. However, the Samsung Focus, HTC Surround, and LG Quantum are starting to show their age, so it’s probably a good idea to finally freshen up their lineup." If you look at these handsets and the HD7S side by side, there is almost no difference among them except screen size (4.3 for HD7S is the biggest), and some form factor differences. If W7 handsets haven't been selling gangbusters anyways, will an update REALLY make them that much more competitive against Droid, new and (hopefully) improved offerings from RIM and HP, and the still huge selling iPhone? What exactly "freshens" up these handsets? Even if you are a huge W7 fan, why not pick one of the older devices for less money and just install the update yourself, as there is no advantage to the newer, more expensive offering? This is a strange gameplan from Microsoft ......

2. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

its not Microsoft... they just do the software...

3. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

But what I understand is that Microsoft is very specific on the requirements on these W7 handsets, from UI requirements to physical lay out, even the processor size. Have I got that wrong?

4. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

no... they keep the limitations in order to reduce fragmentation... and i believe they will bring out more chassis with mango... and then more with apollo... but it is not their fault more phones have not been produced

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