The long-rumored HTC Mega has just been officially announced by the Taiwan-based handset maker – the same day when Nokia came with some pretty important announcements at Nokia World 2009 (N97 mini, X3 and X6).
The official name of the new smartphone is HTC Touch2. It’s the first Windows Mobile 6.5 handset to be officially unveiled by HTC.
Among the known features of HTC Touch2, we must mention: TouchFlo 3D, Microsoft Exchange, Google Maps, “redesigned Internet Explorer”, Flash support, and YouTube access. The smartphone will also come with Windows Marketplace for Mobile and Microsoft My Phone.
HTC Touch2 will be available starting October 6 (like many other Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones). Its price was not unveiled – but it should be around $300.
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