Not long after Sprint’s HTC Snap S511 became official, T-Mobile USA has now announced its own version of the smartphone, called T-Mobile Dash 3G.
Coming to replace the first generation Dash (also manufactured by HTC), the Dash 3G offers several new features – first of all, as its name shows it, it has 3G connectivity.
The new smartphone also brings Windows Mobile 6.1, GPS, Wi-Fi, advanced email capabilities, 2MP camera, voice calling, trackball, a QVGA display and a full QWERTY keyboard – all in a pretty sleek black case with red accents.
(Dash vs. Dash 3G)
“HTC is designing products like the T-Mobile Dash 3G to appeal to the ever-growing number of customers who are using the empowering features of smartphones to benefit their busy lives. HTC is pleased to continue its long history of working closely with T-Mobile as we today introduce the next generation of the popular T-Mobile Dash,” declared Jason Mackenzie, vice president of HTC America.
T-Mobile Dash 3G will be available for purchase sometime in July. Its price was not announced, but you should know that the old Dash is currently available for $49.99 on contract.
Via Press release
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