Both AT&T and T-Mobile are announcing their respective Windows Phone 7 devices today at the WP7 event in NYC but T-Mobile is first out of the gate with the HTC HD7. (More: Complete List of Windows Phone 7 Devices Available at Launch)
The 4.3-inch touch-screen makes the HD7 the largest available WP7 device in the U.S. Under Microsoft’s strict hardware guidelines, the HD7 is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and comes with 16GB of internal memory. A 5-megapixel AF rear camera is accompanied by dual LED flash and records video in HD. The HD7 will come preloaded from T-Mobile with apps from Netflix, Slacker Radio and T-Mobile TV.
The HSPA device will be out in mid-November. Did I mention the kickstand?
Mentioned at the end of the press release is a quick blurb on the Dell Venue Pro. The QWERTY slider features a 5-megapixel camera, 1GHz processor and a 4.1-inch screen.
Press release after the jump.