HTC HD7S running on Windows Phone 7 will appear on AT&T this June 5 at a nice price of $199, including a new two-year contract with Ma Bell, as posted on the mobile telecom operators Facebook page.
Prior to the announcement, HTC HD7S had a restricted agreement with T-Mobile, but AT&T made a good deal to stop its exceptionality.
At present, AT&T touts three Windows Phone 7 handsets on its network: the HTC Surround, the LG Quantum, and the Samsung Focus.
The addition of the HTC HD7S gives customers with a WP7 phone featuring a larger display, 16GB of internal memory, and a kickstand for watching media.
AT&T did not say whether it would come with the NoDo update already installed out of the box or not, but it is safe to say it will come with Microsoft’s newest software onboard when released.
You can find more information on the HTC HD7S if you head to its official page.