AT&T recently announced the HTC HD7S for the masses, where this one will not play nice with the Android platform but will instead attempt to score points with the public in the form of a Windows Phone 7 device. Hardware specifications include a 4.3” touchscreen display, a 1GHz processor and 16GB of internal memory. To make sure it is ready to arrive Stateside, a handset known as the PC40210 has just made an appearance on the FCC, and we suspect this could very well be the HD7S. After all, it will play nice with AT&T’s GSM 850/1900 bands and WCDMA II and V 3G bands, considering the support for AT&T’s network. FCC test reports do point as well to CDMA2000 850 and 1900 bands support, which means this is a world phone potential. Perhaps AT&T is holding back its announcement of the HD7S being a world phone? Whateve the outcome is, we will just have to wait for an official announcement.

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