One can expect a QWERTY keyboard to reveal itself from beneath the display when opening the sliding module on the device. Instead, people will be welcomed to find a wide speaker grill instead of a keyboard.
Features include an 800×480 touchscreen and 1GHz Snapdragon processor are to appear to be the standard among WP7 devices, and the Surround is no exception.
The device boasts large speakers for a mobile phone, along with Dolby Mobile/SRS processing.
In this video, Jon Rettinger will be giving you a full review of the HTC Surround, a Windows Phone 7 exclusive to AT&T.