By Anton D. Nagy | February 28, 2011 5:37 AM
Shortly after the HTC Arrive announcement, the carrier’s first Windows Phone 7, with CDMA support, Sprint has published a couple of pictures on its website featuring the device with the Games Hub in Landscape orientation.
We were speculating on the odds of NoDo bringing further Landscape support to Windows Phone 7 but we were pretty much convinced that it was just a “Photoshop” error. If you head to the Sprint HTC Arrive page now — check the source link — you’ll see that the picture has changed to better reflect reality. The Landscape oriented Xbox Live Games Hub has been replaced with Bing — which definitely supports Landscape mode — to put an end to all speculations. It would have been nice, anyways! Do you think there’s a need to expand Landscape support on Windows Phone 7? Where do you miss it most?