Almost 5 months after HTC launched the primary cellphone primarily based on Google’s new Android cellular working system, the corporate is able to do an encore.
HTC’s submitting with the FCC exhibits that the corporate’s second Android cellphone — hitherto often known as the HTC Magic/Sapphire — is on the way in which. And in a transfer that ought to shock nobody, T-Cell is the provider once more for the cellphone.
HTC and T-Cell launched the primary G1 Android cellphone on October 22 within the US for $180 with a two-year contract. Since then a number of corporations, together with LG, Samsung, Garmin and Asus, have stated they’re engaged on Android-based gadgets. However none of those have hit the market to date.
In the meantime, HTC Magic/Sapphire is gathering steam. Vodafone has stated that it’ll introduce the cellphone in some components of Europe from April. Now it seems like T-Cell is contemplating an analogous deadline for a launch within the US
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[via Cellphone Signal]