PhoneArena have published their review of the HTC HD7S.
Like any Windows Phone 7 handset, they found the smartphone to be responsive, and did see some benefit from having a new Super-LCD screen compared to the T-Mobile HTC HD7.
They did however find some disappointments in call quality, and noted the battery could only support 5.5 hours of talk time. They were however mainly disappointed that a handset first introduced to the market 6 months ago was still priced at $200 and did not bring anything new to the table on the new carrier, and concluded:
Although itâ€™s the latest thing to grace AT&Tâ€™s line-up, the HTC HD7S doesnâ€™t dethrone the Samsung Focus as the carrierâ€™s best WP7 handset. Moreover, its $200 on-contract price is undoubtedly hard to swallow considering that it doesnâ€™t differ tremendously from the original model. Revolting in a way, weâ€™re sad to see that the latest crop of WP7 devices on the market are none other than recycled models like this one, but itâ€™s even worse for the HD7S since it doesnâ€™t receive a fitting price point.
The HTC HD7S will go on sale at AT&T on the 6th June for $200 on a two year contract.
Read their full review here.