HTC Arrive Comes To The US Via Sprint

The new Windows Phone 7 smartphone HTC Arrive is now in the US via Sprint. It is one of those newer smartphones that run on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 OS. Although it may be considered as a new entry in the smartphone market, it stands to provide stiff competition to the more familiar Android smartphones and the ever popular Apple iPhones.

The HTC Arrive comes with a 1GHz processor, a 16GB internal memory, 5MP Camera and a 3.6 inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch capability. It also is designed with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and enabled with GPS navigation. It also provides users with access to the popular Microsoft Office Applications as well as SharePoint and OneNote, valuable for those who still need to be productive even while on the go. Users may also be able to access to the Windows Live SkyDrive for an additional 25GB of storage space on the cloud. The new HTC Arrive is now available at Sprint for US$200 on a 2-year Sprint service plan.

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