After delivering the One range to the west, Taiwanese co. HTC has officially unveiled a trio of tech aimed at building up its presence on the ever-growing Chinese mobile market.
Now these three new sets won’t rival what we’ve been blown away by with the likes of the quad-core HTC One X or dual-core HTC One S, but the Chinese market loves its inexpensive lower end devices, and that’s exactly what HTC is gunning for with the arrival of the HTC VT T328t, HTC VT T328d and HTC VT T328w on China Telecom.
The smartphones will all come loaded with latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, complimented by HTC’s Sense 4.0 with dual-SIM capacity and will rank alongside what we know here in Blighty as the Desire range. The top of the range HTC VT T328t will feature a 4″ LCD touchscreen display with WVGA resolution, running on a 1GHz single-core CPU with 512GB of RAM. Other inclusions are a respectable 5-megapixel camera and optimised tunes through Beats audio.
Despite subtle changes in appearance it sounds like this could be the HTC Wind we saw surface a month or so back. Which makes us wonder why HTC didn’t go for the names “Earth, Wind and Fire” instead of keeping the confusing numberical names? – We’re so funny!