Arrive arrives

The HTC Arrive isn't just the first Windows 7 phone for Sprint, it's also the first to run on a CDMA network, and the first with the long-awaited copy and paste feature on board (yes, it's good).
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Get your tilt on

The Arrive's screen tilts 30 degrees, which makes it comfortable to type and view media.
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Keyboard

The keyboard is responsive and comfortable to use. We like the dedicated key for adding diacritical marks.
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Chrome plating

OK, OK, so it's really stainless steel that covers the Arrive's battery opening. It also adds some more upscale panache and extra hardiness.
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Volume rocker

The chunky volume rocker may not look sleek, but it's easy to find and use by feel.
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Top view

Here's part of the Arrive's tilting hinge mechanism adjacent to the power button and the standard 3.5 millimeter headset jack.
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