HTC Dream Android phone launched officially in Asia
Looks like today HTC finally made it’s G1 Android powered smartphone global with Asian release of HTC Dream.
HTC Dream has been officially announced in Singapore and Australia for now and will be launched on Singtel and Optus networks respectively.
There are no surprises here – HTC Dream seems to be the same G1 device that has ben launched on T-Mobile network in U.S. last year.
Official HTC Dream specs include:
3.2-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen with HVGA (320 X 480 pixel) resolution.
Customisable Home screen with instant Email, text message and IM notifications.
Full 5-row QWERTY keyboard.
One-touch access to Google Search, mobile Internet services – Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps & Calendar.
Wi-Fi technology with seamless transition to open networks.
Android Market™ with access to a variety of applications and media downloads.
3.2 megapixel color camera with auto focus.
microSD™ (SD 2.0 compatible) expansion slot up to 8GB.
There’s no HTC Pricing pricing and availability info yet.
Though Optus already has the plans for HTC Dream on it’s website. They range from $59 to $129 a month, with additional monthly payments for HTC handset from $3 to $51 a month, depending on plan.