Available Q1 2010 in the US, HTC’s HD2 features WinMo w/Sense UI, a 4.3″ capacitive touchscreen, 5 MP camera w/autofocus, 1 GHz CPU, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Thanks, Stef!
HTC’s Tilt 2 and Pure (aka Diamond2 and Touch Pro2) are official with AT&T; both will run WinMo 6.5 with TouchFLO 3D, with the Pure now available and the Tilt 2 in the coming weeks.
Available 10/6/09, Verizon’s HTC Imagio is their first Win Mo 6.5 phone; it boasts a 3.6″ resistive touchscreen, 5 MP camera w/autofocus, EV-DO Rev. A w/ global roaming, and Wi-Fi.
HTC’s fourth Android phone, the Tattoo features the Sense UI, a 2.8″ resistive touch screen, quad-band GSM/dual-band HSDPA, GPS, Wi-Fi, a 3.2 MP camera, and 528 MHz CPU.
No word on North American availability, but HTC’s Touch2 is official with a 2.8″ touch screen, WinMo 6.5, 528 MHz CPU, HSPA/WCDMA, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm audio jack, and 3.2 MP camera.
An answer to the Dash 3G and Snap, Verizon Wireless’ HTC Ozone smartphone has similar features–WinMo 6.1, 3G, Wi-Fi and full QWERTY–but its best feature is the price: $50.
With a 3.2″ screen, 3.5 mm audio jack, and 5 MP camera, HTC’s Hero is a svelte HTC Magic; it’ll also run the slick Sense UI and Flash when it debuts in the US later this year. Thanks, Nate!
Engadget has dug up a treasure trove of new phones for AT&T, most due to release 2H 2009; among them: the Palm Eos, the Nokia Mako, the HTC Lancaster and the Blackberry Onyx.
Developed with affordability in mind, HTC’s Snap is a smartphone running Win Mo 6.1, a 2.4″ screen, HSDPA connectivity, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth; it’ll arrive in the US this summer.
The HTC Magic is the second Google phone; it ditches the G1’s physical keyboard for a 3.2″ touchscreen, thereby reducing thickness; at the moment, it’s only for European users.
HTC’s Touch Pro2 offers significant improvements over the first Pro, with a spacious 3.6″ WVGA screen, touch sensitive zoom bar, new TouchFLO 3D UI and a full duplex speakerphone.
The HTC Touch Diamond2 is a worthy successor to the original Diamond, with a larger 3.2″ VGA touchscreen, touch sensitive zoom bar, and new TouchFLO 3D UI; it’s only 13.7mm thick.
HTC’s Touch Cruise is mid-range phone targeted towards globetrekkers; it includes a cradle for in-car GPS navi, a Footprints app for geotagging, a 2.8″ QVGA screen and quad-band GSM.
The HTC Touch HD is video-centric cellphone, with a gorgeous 3.8″ WVGA screen, front-facing VGA camera, and 5 MP camera on the back. Note: the 3G speeds are for Europe only.
HTC’s Touch 3G is the successor to their original Touch, and uses their next-gen TouchFLO interface for improved feedback. It sports a 2.8″ screen, 3G JSDPA and 3.2MP camera.
Available 10/19 at Sprint, the HTC Touch Pro is an S740 and Diamond all-in-one, with quadband 3G, a 2.4″ touchscreen, slide-out keyboard, Wi-Fi and a 3.2MP camera.
If there’s one thing the HTC S740 isn’t lacking, it’s buttons. The cellphone borrows heavily from the HTC Touch Diamond, albeit with a slide-out keyboard; it will run Windows Mobile 6.1.
HTC’s Touch Diamond is a GSM phone with a 2.8″ touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera and clickwheel. Its most unique feature: a glossy, faceted back which is also a bit of a fingerprint magnet.
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