Do we sense just a wee bit of jealousy here? Not to be outdone by Verizon's Windows Phone darling
, AT&T swiftly reacted to the Trophy's
official launch by whipping the long-expected HTC HD7S
out on Facebook and stamping a seal of approval on it. With the go-ahead in place, we can expect to see the new device going on sale June 5 at a penny under $200. This may be a tad steep when comparing its WP7 brethren
, but it's not an unusual starting price for many of AT&T's top-end smartphones
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