When Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 last year the OS didn’t come with support for CDMA network. Microsoft has promised CDMA support with upcoming NoDo update which will be coming in first two weeks of March.
Sprint, CDMA network in the US on the other hand have been giving clue that they’ll be announcing a CDMA Windows Phone 7 based handset on February 24. In a tweet from the official Sprint id says, “Wouldn’t it be great to have your phone integrated with your home game console, like Xbox? #comebackfeb24“. Here’s a screenshot of the tweet -:
If what we are suspecting is true, then Sprint might be on its way to launch HTC 7 Pro as it’s the only Windows Phone 7 CDMA handset available. Although Engadget suspects that Sprint might call it HTC Arrive. Now, even if Sprint announces the HTC 7 Pro/Arrive, it surely won’t be available for purchase anytime soon considering the update which is about to be pushed out in March might get postponed after the recent Wp7 update blunder.
But as to not take away the thunder from Sprint, HTC 7 Pro is quite a decent handset and sports a 3.6-inch WVGA capacitive touch screen, WiFi b/g/n, 8GB of user storage, 576MB of RAM, Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon processor. It also feature a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash, which can shoot 720p HD video.