More images of the HTC Pro Three a.k.a. Leo surfaced

18 September, 2009 | Comments (207) | Post your comment

We've just spotted some new images of the getting more and more popular HTC Pro Three (also known as Leo). Even if most of its specs are known since July the device is still waiting for its official announcement.

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HTC Pro Three looks damn hot

The news is that Pro Three is expected to be the first WinMo based device to pack a capacitive touchscreen (measuring 4.3 inches, with multi-touch support including while watching video). That makes the Pro Three the first capacitive WinMo handset ever. The phone will also sport the latest reincarnation of company's proprietary TouchFLO 3D user interface which was already previewed a while ago.

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The latest reincarnation of HTC TouchFLO 3D

The smooth operation of the Pro Three is guaranteed by its super zippy 1GHz Snapdragon CPU. Standing at the formidable 121 x 67 x 11 mm, it will also sport 320MB of RAM, 512MB ROM as well as HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support.

At the bottom of the specs list we find the microSD card slot, integrated GPS receiver with A-GPS support, on-device 3.5mm audio output jack, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera and the 1230 mAh battery.

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Pro Three compared to HTC Touch Diamond2 • Closer look at the Pro Three

Well, the HTC Pro Three seems quite promising. Looks great, works fast and has something the other WinMo powered smartphones can only dream of - a capacitive touchscreen. Come on, HTC, hurry up and clear out the rest of the unknowns. Some pricing info and released date would be a good start if we are to be asked.

Update: We also came upon a short video, demonstrating the UI of the HTC Pro Three.

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More images of the HTC Pro Three a.k.a. Leo surfaced - reader comments

  • Dom

I am also awaiting a physical keyboard integrated, large autonomy, full outlook compliance and a robust windowsphone 7. September ?

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  • 2010-07-17 10:03
  • mdTK
  • Rogue247Taarna

Eh...where's the "Keyboard" at on this Htc Touch Pro3 for Sprint? A whole lot of your customers are tick off, if there's no "Keyboard" added in this design, for shame, for shame! Everybody was looking forward on the newest model c...

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  • 2010-06-13 10:41
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  • levid

I've heard problems stem from the ribbon on the slide out key board. But i would rather have a slide out keyboard my self

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  • 2010-05-26 22:09
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