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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).
The Arrive's screen tilts 30 degrees, which makes it comfortable to type and view media.
The keyboard is responsive and comfortable to use. We like the dedicated key for adding diacritical marks.
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.
The chunky volume rocker may not look sleek, but it's easy to find and use by feel.
Here's part of the Arrive's tilting hinge mechanism adjacent to the power button and the standard 3.5 millimeter headset jack.