HTC Arrive For Sprint Review Video

The first CDMA Microsoft Windows Phone 7 smartphone for the Sprint network is the HTC Arrive, and today we have a video review of the latest handset to hit Sprint for those that may be hoping to pick up the device once it sees release.

The HTC Arrive review video comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Daily Mobile and by way of the Wirefly YouTube page, and delivers just over nine minutes of taking a close look at what the new HTC Arrive has to offer.

The HTC Arrive is reminiscent of the Sprint HTC EVO Shift, but the reviewer does say the HTC Arrive is a little different to any other handset they’ve seen. The HTC Arrive is a QWERTY slider device that offers a 3.6-inch capacitive touch screen, 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash and 720p video, Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor, built-in Facebook, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, and 16GB storage and the latest version of Windows Phone 7 featuring copy and paste.

I won’t go any further as to not spoil your viewing of the HTC Arrive review footage, so I’ll leave you to head on down and punch that play button, and word is if you are looking to pick up the HTC Arrive the device should be available as of the 20th of this month…enjoy.


2 thoughts on “HTC Arrive For Sprint Review Video”

  1. Octavio says:

    Finally, a phone for the working professional arrives for United States CDMA networks . . . been waiting for years all the while keeping an eye on competitors. Still using my good and old Mogul which has proven beyond my expectations that it was also more than worthed the wait back then, up until today I feel my phone remains an outstanding workhorse for IT professionals who really need the thing to work and who really need to "do stuff" with it.

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