HTC announced the popular HTC Touch Dual will debut in the United States this quarter. The HTC Touch Dual combines an intuitive touch screen integrated with HTC's TouchFLO technology and slide-out keypad. In addition, this will be one of the first devices to feature Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional software, making it easier for customers to communicate on the go. Here are the features of the HTC Touch Dual and some photos we took at CTIA:
The HTC Touch for Verizon and the HTC Touch Dual:
HTC Touch Dual Features Include:
*TouchFLO, a touch-screen technology that allows finger-touch scrolling, panning and photo zooming
*Slide-out 20-key keyboard for quick dialing, text messages and e-mail *Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional *Microsoft Office Mobile for working on documents and getting your Outlook e-mail *Live HTC Home featuring time and weather display, quick launcher, and one-touch ring-tone settings *2 megapixel camera for shooting photos/videos and a second camera for video calls *Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) and HSDPA (850/1900Mhz) connectivity
HTC also announced its support of the Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade, which provides new timesaving features, easier phone navigation and management, stronger security safeguards, and support for Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008. The Touch by HTC and Mogul by HTC from Sprint, AT&T Tilt, Alltel Wireless' HTC Touch and PPC6800, and the HTC TyTN II, will be among the first of many devices available for a Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade.