QWERTY-enabled Android smartphone HTC Vision spotted
The QWERTY-fied HTC Vision has not been officially announced by the company yet but if you're too eager to get yourself one of those Android-powered smartphones you can do it straight away. The phone has just been spotted selling on a Croatian website.
The rumored HTC Vision first was mentioned on HTC's own website, but back then we could only imagine what it will look like. According to the phone's user agent profile, it packs a hardware QWERTY keyboard, a 480-by-800-pixel display and runs the Android OS.
The guy, who posted these images, say HTC Vision will munch Eclairs (a.k.a. Android OS v2.1) and will have a zippy 1GHz CPU and 1.2GB of memory on board. As for the upcoming slider's screen, it is said to measure 3.7 inches.
There is still no word on the Vision's official launch date and price. Speaking of prices, the unit on the images above is selling for 3800 Croatian kune (or about 660 US dollars).
Why does htc even spend money on designing a UI that will cause the phone not to get instant updates on android OS? Why even spend the money, that why i bought a nexus one which i lost today :(
- 2010-07-21 16:47
Thank goodness no Sense UI. Please keep it pure Android. If you need a "pretty" UI get a pc with Vista.
- 2010-07-07 18:25
- reson,no reson
as you see the mighty source has been removed and that comes to an end , IT -->IS
- 2010-07-07 12:35