Sprint Windows Phone 7 HTC Arrive Release Date and Price

So Sprint has been teasing about a new smartphone coming to play nice on their network recently and it just so happens that the device turns out to be a Windows Phone 7 smartphone called the HTC Arrive and is the first CDMA WP7 device for Sprint.

According to an article over on Engadget, the QWERTY packing HTC Arrive Windows Phone 7 device will be available from Sprint as of the 20th of next month and will command a price tag of 200 bucks after a 100 buck mail in rebate and based on a 2-year term.

Spec wise according to Phone Arena the HTC Arrive packs a 3.6 inch capacitive touch screen, side-slide full QWERTY keyboard, Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash and 720p video, music player, built-in Facebook, GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi, and 16GB internal storage.

According to the guys over at Engadget, Sprint is saying that the HTC Arrive will come out to play including Microsoft’s copy and paste update.

Apparently potential customers can get their pre-order in for the device right now at any Sprint store with the purchase of a 50 buck Sprint gift card.

Anyone hoping to snap up the HTC Arrive as of the 20th of March on the Sprint network if so feel free to let us know by posting to our comments area below.


5 thoughts on “Sprint Windows Phone 7 HTC Arrive Release Date and Price”

  1. Octavio says:

    Up until today I can do things with my Mogul (also from Sprint) that Android or iOS can't do. Such a simple thing like mapping a drive on a network or pinging a device . . . I am happy to learn that a newer working phone for the real working professional is indeed ARRIVing. Can't wait to upgrade.

    1. charles says:

      ChristianProgrammer@Yahoo.com Please teach me how to do these with my mogul, — actually I traded up to a touch pro 2 but if the mogul can the tp2 should be able to as well… you are referring to RDP correct ? — not being physically wired to your desktop to accomplish this drive mapping ?? I haven't been able to get RDP working correctly un-tethered from the desk top either– I have to use third party tools to get to my desktop remotely — any assistance or links are greatly appreciated THANK YOU

  2. charles says:

    if my comment to Octavio cant be published publicly ( EMail included ya I know) can you forward my request to him please ?? Thank you !!

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