HTC Firestone Smartphone

HTC Firestone Smartphone

An ardent recitalist of finer features is making bigger leaps to reach to the open houses soon such as, HTC Firestone, that is sure to create a tumult in the hands of style-seekers and mania-chasers.  This appears will prove a substitute of a high-class, the HTD Touch HD.

This latest widget employs a 3.6in WVGA display, appears to prove a finer development relatively to the past series that is having a larger 3.8in screen.  This latest smartphone will employ a Qualcomm 8250 processor operating at 600 MHz that would help to convert it into the cell phone supported by the powerful Snapdragon technology.

This latest mobile supports an 8MP sensor that gives the snappy facility.  The smartphone attaches along 256MB RAM and 512MB ROM. The specs right now available are very limited.

As there appears no specific pronouncement for the launching of HTC Firestone thus we don't' have any trivia of its rate and availability. The specs not specify the shipment of this series to US.

This latest mobile is employing Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system.  Besides, HTC had previously vowed that this highly advanced version of the device would also reach to the US yet it is not known that when it would be shipped.  This latest smartphone appears to be continuation of the past Touch HD smartphone.

It has been learned that, HTC smartphone is taking along the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz chip (were seen in the TG01), that would indicate whiz-explosion paces in a touch-friendly widget.

In August, it is anticipated to come out the HTC PDA phone device in a newer code Firestone to market, yet it will be delayed approximately one month from the news that has been published out.  This latest widget is adding along 256MB RAM and 512MB ROM.  The camera resolution lends 8 million pixels.

Key Specs and Features

OS: Windows Mobile 6.5

Display: 3.6? WVGA

Snappy: 8 megapixel camera

Memory: 256 MB of RAM, 512 MB ROM

Processor: 600 MG Qualcomm

Other Features

3.5 mm headphone jack




(added 25 Aug 2009) / 4784 views

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