However the company has made a different move this time by planning to launch HTC My Touch 3G in India. The HTC My Touch specs the cheapest phone available from HTC in India. The phone is no weakling when it comes to features and specs as it is loaded with all the latest in technology at all fronts. This HTC My Touch preview will indulge you to get a phone for yourself.
My Touch is a small phone having a capacitive touch screen. The display has a size of 3.2 inches that provides a good visual experience for the users.
The phone has all the latest multimedia specs loaded in it so that you will never get bored when you have My Touch in your hands. The phone comes with a music player and video player that can play all your favourite media files and supports a large variety of well known media formats. The phone has an audio jack for external speaker connectivity or for personal music experience.
HTC My Touch 3G does not disappoint on the camera department also as it offers a good quality camera with features such as digital zoom and LED flash support. The camera also offers good clarity video recording even though it is not capable of high definition recording.
The phone is drowning in connectivity options as well as communication technologies. It is equipped with the latest in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB PC connectivity and also has support for GPRS, EDGE and 3G that offers very high internet access and download speeds. The phone has a good internal memory besides offering external Micro SD expansion capability.
The HTC My Touch specs the 2.2 Froyo version of Android and is very light on the charge consumption front. The OS is also superfast as it is coupled to a powerful 800 MHz processor.
The notable HTC My Touch specs are:
- Android 2.2 Froyo OS
- Expandable memory of up to 16 GB
- 3G connectivity
- 3 Mega Pixel Camera.
- Music Player
- Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
- Java support
The best part about the HTC My Touch 3G is definitely going to be its expected price tag of just around Rs 9000 and thus making it the cheapest HTC offering in India. We just can"t wait to get our hands on the phone.