At&t’s website has broken word that the HTC HD7S will be “coming soon.” The HTC HD7 is easily one of the most popular Windows Phones and is said to have sold very well on T-Mobile’s network.
The overview lists the following:
Easily See Everything: Email, Microsoft® SharePoint® sites, and movies are crisp and clear on the HTC HD7S. Its 4.3” high-resolution Super LCD touch screen is the largest in our Windows® Phone assortment.
Get to Everything Fast: Customizable Windows Phone 7 Live Tiles and Hubs put what’s most important—Microsoft® Office Mobile, contacts, messages, photos, and more—up front. It’s all constantly updated so you see the latest information.
Capture Everything You See: Snap photos with the 5MP camera with dual LED flash and share them online. Shoot, send, and save HD video without getting low on storage. The HD7S boasts 16 GB of internal user memory.
Find Everything You Need: Location-aware Bing™ search makes discovery and decisions easy. Windows Marketplace offers over 10,000 productivity and entertainment applications to explore and download.
They Thought of Everything: A 1 GHz processor provides the HTC HD7S with optimum power and a super-smooth viewing experience. Xbox LIVE® and Zune® deliver on-the-go games, music, and movies. And with stereo headphones, the smartphone’s Dolby® Mobile surround sound and kickstand let you watch and listen hands-free.
Everything here looks pretty standard on the T-Mobile version except for the “4.3” high-resolution Super LCD touch screen.” I believe this would be the first Windows Phone to use the Super LCD technology.