HTC Vision to be high-end QWERTY Android phone

Posted on May 21, 2010


One of HTC’s first high-end QWERTY Android phones has been spotted today in a website’s device profile. The Vision would have a QWERTY keyboard but would have a high-resolution 800×480 screen. It would match the resolution of the Evo 4G’s display as well as the Windows Mobile-running Touch Pro2, hinting that it may have a similar slider design.

The company’s Benelux director, Mark Moons, told Tweakers that more QWERTY Android phones were on the way, though he didn’t provide clues to the Vision.

Not much else is known about the Vision, but it has been associated with T-Mobile and would almost certainly run either Android 2.1 or, if given time, Android 2.2. Final names are likely to change as only a handful of HTC phones ever ship using the codename they were given during development.

By Electronista Staff

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