HTC has just unveiled a new Android smartphone: the HTC Gratia – which is actually not that new, since it’s just the European version of AT&T’s HTC Aria (announced back in June).
Unlike the Aria, the Gratia comes with Android 2.2 Froyo on board, and it will be available in at least three color versions: black, white and green.
The new smartphone will also come with:
- HTC Sense UI
- 3.2 inch HVGA (320 x 480) display
- Stereo Bluetooth
- 3.5mm headset jack
- 5MP autofocus camera with VGA video recording
- 512MB ROM, 384MB RAM
- 600MHz processor
- MicroSD card support
Starting next month (November), the HTC Gratia will be available “across major European markets.” The smartphone’s price has not been announced – I’m guessing it will be around €250 ($350).
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