inferior product will launch in india first bcoz its indian govt is permit to these companies
The only thing that can make someone go for this phone is the battery life in 3G... and that's that's that.
cheap 300mhz processor...!!
u never know...if it will really have 3g in it..last time they ditched indians...!! choothya htc
Would really like to see the review of this phone i think its worth buying if it has the HTC sense UI and since the specs are just a little better than the samsung star im hoping the price will be competetive with the star in its price range
Chinese site has got hold of the HTC HD3 specifications from some HTC employees. If you thought Qualcomm’s 1 Ghz Snapdragon CPU is the biggest thing for the year 2010, think again?! HTC HD3 will be powered by the Qualcomm’s 1.5Ghz Snapdragon processor.
HTC HD3 Specifications
Other HTC HD3 specs that have been leaked includes:
Display: 4.5-inch display (1280 x 800 resolution)
Processor: Qualcomm’s 1.5Ghz Snapdragon
Camera: 8 MP camera with Xenon flash, front camera
Video: HD video recording (720p), 1080p video ready
Memory: 1GB RAM, 1GB ROM
Other: HDMI, USB 2.0, 3.5 mm audio jack
Capacity: 16GB internal memory (microSD card support up to 32GB)
Connectivity: 4G support, WiMAX, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi
Battery: 1800 mAH
OS: Windows Mobile 7
Considering the rapid improvement in the hardware specs that HTC is using in its devices, the HTC HD3 specs mentioned above look highly possible by the release date given.
HTC HD3 Release Date
The release date that has been included with the leaked specifications sheet of HTC HD3 is for November 2010.
I have seen and used a sample version. Very handy, easy to use.
Not for the gadget freak, who have had a couple of ouch phones,
but must say, it´s a perfect "My first touch phone", due to it´s
user friendly touch interface.
Not So good as Samsung star 3G. 3G has all latest softwares. HTC does not have..they have installed old versions and reduced the cost....
Good Joke.. with customers...
nice phone.....has fm radio, 3.2 mp camera, intiutive user interface, long battery life,great look, low price......definitely ....gonna rock india
I don't get what all of you are crying. For the price you'd for this phone, the specs are great, and it's a good thing that HTC tries to break out on the low-end market. I live in Finland, and the phones here are quite expensive (at least considering my budget). Comparing HTC Smart to other phones it'll compete against, it beats (almost) them all. Samsung Corby doesn't have even3G. They don't even sell S5320 Wi-Fi here. All other phones of this price category miss either 3G or QWERTY-keyboard, which are the two biggest things I'd want from a phone of this price category. Yeah, these new Nokia's might be better overall, but I want to try something new, and in addition i haven't enjoyed Nokia's low-end touchscreen phones. If this will get good reviews, this is gonna be my no1 choice for my next phone.
Htc Smart videoreview HD MWC 2010 http://klaudyu44.wordpress.com/2010/02/19/htc-smart-review-hd/
300 MHz + 240 x 320 resolution... hmm... no thanks i rather take touch Diamond which is almost 2 years old and still better.
This is a phone to challenge Samsung (corby and others)for this market-the cheap pda phone.
Its a open source pda (but no so open).
wasn`t brew os what benq-siemens were using?
this is a low end phone to grab a market not touched by other htc mobiles,ie aimed at non hi-tec people.