AT&T will be expanding its Windows Phone 7 line with the large-screened HTC HD7S. The “S” in the name stands for S-LCD – the screen on AT&T’s HD7 model packs newer tech unlike the unbranded HD7, which uses regular TFT.
The HTC HD7S will hit AT&T’s shelves on 5 June – the Windows Phone 7 handset will go for $199.99 on a two-year contract.
For that kind of cash you can grab a cool Android or an iPhone 4, but you might want to hold off on that. The upcoming Mango update for Windows Phone 7 promises to make the OS so much more desirable.
You can sign up for email updates on AT&T’s site though you won’t miss much if you don’t – all you need to remember is HTC HD7S, $199.99, 5 June.
you people are pathetic the letter "s" gets added on to almost every product or item including cars to toasters.Lets face it apple lovers should only comment on there own products,without the windows 6.5 mobile platform apple iphone would n...
There is no comments on WP7 gadgets?? duh!!
hehehe agree, now everyone likes to copy Apple products...if not just ask Samsung P