It looks like Sprint will be the first US carrier to launch a CDMA Windows Phone 7 handset, namely the HTC 7 Pro.
Expected to be released tomorrow (February 24), the 7 Pro has been rebranded by Sprint, and it will be called HTC Arrive – at least according to Engadget.
Sprint did set up a webpage for something called Arrive, so we have all reasons to believe that this is the official name of the carrier’s first WP7 device.
The HTC 7 Pro is already available in Europe for about €450 ($615). It remains to be seen for how much Sprint will sell it.
Verizon should launch a WP7 handset soon, too. Most likely, it will be the HTC Trophy 7. More details as we get them.
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