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CTIA Super Mobility Week
HTC HD7SThe HTC HD7S will include the latest Windows Phone 7 update, which includes copy-and-paste capabilities, and is expected to hit AT&T stores in the coming weeks.
-Hey, everyone. I'm Bonnie Cha, senior editor at cnet.com and we're here in Orlando for CTIA 2011 and I'm bringing you a first look of the HTC HD7S for AT&T. This is basically like the HD7. This is a Windows Phone 7 device on T-Mobile. It got this 4.3-inch screen here. The big difference here is Super LCD, so it's an improvement over the original HD7 which is great 'cause I thought the first screen looked a little bit dull. This is nice. It's a little bit sharper and little more vibrant, so very responsive as well. Well, you've got the typical Windows Phone 7 shortcuts, and on the back, you got a 5-megapixel camera and there is a little built-in kickstand so you can rock the phone on a table and watch videos or slideshows and make speakerphone calls similar things like that. Again, this is a Windows Phone 7 device, so you can put Live Tiles on friends which you can customize, as well as the different Hubs such as People Hub, as well as pictures and Zune interface. This will be coming out as AT&T phone. There are several other services on here such as AT&T FamilyMap and AT&T Navigator. But, otherwise, pretty much other typical stuff like the HTC have which you'll see widgets for weather and the like. It will be coming out in the coming weeks. They haven't announced pricing yet, but I would assume it's around the same range as the HD7 which is around $200 with contract. I'm Bonnie Cha and this has been your first look at the HTC HD7S.