Well, that didn’t take long. We’ve been told that the HTC Touch Dual will finally be made available as early as this coming weekend, through Best Buy for the bountiful North American customers awaiting its release. What HTC and Best Buy are preparing is the North American version of the HTC Touch Dual, and they will roll this out very soon through Best Buy’s various retail outlets.
If you’re wondering whether or not the HTC Touch Dual will really be a “Best Buy,” remember that it will be one of the first handsets available with a new operating system, which is always a good thing, unless of course you still prefer the “operating system” from back in the days when monochrome display cellphones still reigned supreme.
The HTC Touch Dual will come with Windows Mobile 6.1, HTC’s unique TouchFLO touch-based user interface, a 2 megapixel camera and HSDPA network support. $549 (before tax) will leave you if ever you get hypnotized enough to go and purchase this thing. Check out any Best Buy retail location, Mobile store, and the Best Buy website for more details.
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