Sure, we'll probably know way more in another few hours, but lets tease a bit more, shall we?
Evidently, if you search on Sprint.com for "Arrive" you get this little result above, confirming what everyone already suspected: the HTC 7 Pro is going to be the Sprint HTC Arrive. We also like the emphasis on the wording here: "the first Windows Phone from Sprint", strongly hinting that the carrier is just getting started.
We also know that we'll have to pre-order the phone, meaning tomorrow is not the release but the announcement (also pretty normal for Sprint). Anyone want to take a guess on shipping? And lets hope we don't actually have to go to a Sprint store to pre-order....
Thanks, Matthew, for the tip!
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"And lets hope we don't actually have to go to a Sprint store to pre-order..."No kidding. If you do go, I reccomend setting up an appointment via their website first. It lets you cut to the front of the line... to wait a few hours while their techs reboot your phone and explain that they can't figure out what's wrong.Must me my imagination though - apparently Sprint is awesome at Customer Service: http://newsroom.sprint.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=1803
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