What can you say about the HTC HD7S, announced for AT&T earlier this morning? You can say that it will be availalbe in the 'coming weeks' and you can also say that it's virtually identical to the T-Mobile HD7. With one notable exceptoin: the HD7S sports a "Super LCD" screen instead of the standard fare on the HD7. We didn't really have any complains about the latter before, but he have to say this S-LCD looks incredible and combined with its size makes this phone the de-facto best screen available for a Windows Phone 7 device - sorry Samsung Focus.
Beyond that build-quality is top-notch. We like the metallic yellow under the kickstand especially. Grab a few more images after the break!
WinRumors reports that the NoDo update should be coming today for some phones--namely unbranded ones. No source is given, just that they heard users should be getting an update notification sometime soon. We just checked our AT&T and T-Mo Windows Phones and no dice there, so we'll have to wait and see about when the carriers unleash NoDo--our bet is it could be a few days.
Adding legitimacy though to the claim is the fact that Microsoft just updated their support page to list the full changelog of NoDo. While we knew copy/paste, faster performance and better Marketplace search were on board, we noticed a few other changes unmentioned (e.g. the Marketplace update process). Now, Microsoft has given all the details, published after the break and they may be small, but are still important. Thanks to everyone who sent this in...
Update: Reader Morten Romslo confirms on his non-branded HTC Trophy: "...just conected my HTC Tropy to Zune, and the NoDo update was ready for install. No carrier phone europe"
See the full changelog for 'NoDo' after the break...it's pretty lengthy!...
While no deals have been struck (as far as we know), Nokia is looking forward to leveraging Windows Phone for their CDMA market re-entry, passing up any attempt on getting Symbian on the network standard.
We’re fans of moTweets ‘round these parts, the features and UI make it one of the top Twitter clients for Windows Phone 7 at this point. Looking at the features that are coming in version 2.2 we can’t help but get excited. In addition to fixes to GPS retrieval and some other bugs; Panoramic is adding themes, Facebook integration, and support for tools like Twitlonger and Plixi/TweetPhoto.