Remember U.S. Cellular preparing seven Android-powered smartphones and a Windows Phone for this year? It looks like the Windows Phone is the first to come out and it’s the QWERTY-slider HTC 7 Pro, announced officially by the carrier.

Starting today, the U.S. Cellular HTC 7 Pro is available $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate along with a data plan purchase and a new two-year agreement. Nothing out of the ordinary hardware-wise, just your typical Windows Phone with a 1GHz processor and WVGA display and that aside, your ordinary HTC 7 Pro. That means the 3.6-inch tilted touchscreen is in and so is the slide-out QWERTY keyboard plus the five-megapixel main camera at the back.

Source: U.S. Cellular (1)(2)

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