Selasa, 07 September 2010

FCC post confirms HTC CDMA/GSM slider phone

The new HTC slider handset, shots of which were first leaked via Android Guys early last month, has now been officially confirmed, with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently posting the test results of the phone. The FCC release has referred to the forthcoming HTC handset as the “HTC PD42100.”
The new HTC phone, which will reportedly be launched on the biggest US carrier, Verizon, with the next few months, will run dual 3G modems, one CDMA 2000 modem for EV-DO Rev. A access, and the other a GSM 850 modem. The dual modems will facilitate the use of the phone almost anywhere in the world.
Though there has been no confirmation about the internal specifications of the HTC slider phone, the device will supposedly feature a 4-inch multi-touch display; a full slide-out keypad; microSD memory expansion; and a standard rear-facing camera with single-LED flash.
It is also being rumored that the phone will have a notably speedy 1.2GHz processor; Bluetooth and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi at 2.4GHz.
While the internal code name of the HTC phone currently remains unknown, it is being assumed that the handset will probably be re-branded with a new ‘Droid’ name, as it id headed to Verizon. As such, it is highly unlikely that the final name of the phone will be revealed till it is officially announced by Verizon

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