HTC intros three new Desire smartphones with Android 4.0 ICS in China: VT T328t, VC T328d, and V T328w
HTC has announced no less than three new smartphones in China, all running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and each made for a different carrier. Part of the Desire series, the new handsets have easily forgettable names: HTC VT T328t, HTC VC T328d, and HTC V T328w (this one was first seen back in March).
The HTC VT T328t will be released by China Mobile, featuring a 4 inch S-LCD WVGA display, Sense 4.0 UI, 1GHz single cores processor, Beats Audio, 5MP rear camera, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support.
The HTC VC T328d (for China Telecom) and the HTC V T328w (for China Unicom) have similar specs, but different designs. In addition, and unlike the T328t, these two are dual SIM devices.
HTC VT T328t
HTC VC T328d
HTC V T328w
For the moment, only the price of the T328w is known: 1,999 yuan (about $318). Anyway, all three new HTC Android ICS smartphones should become available in China before the end of this month. Most likely, they will not be released in other markets.
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