The world’s leading provider of smartphones, HTC has introduced its new powerful and stylish HTC Merge, which the corporation claims as its first Android-powered CDMA world phone that supports international roaming, combining 3.8″ touchscreen display, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera, Android 2.2 Froyo and HTC Sense into a single mobile device.
“HTC prides itself on creating unique solutions that meet the needs of different customers, and with features like a full keyboard and global 3G roaming, the HTC Merge smartphone is the perfect example of this commitment,” commented Jason Mackenzie, president for HTC Americas. “Combining the functionality of Android with the HTC Sense experience, the HTC Merge is the perfect device for those customers who are looking for a reliable mobile experience with the features and functionality of a smartphone, whether it’s at home or travelling around the world.”
Main Features Of HTC Merge CDMA World Phone:
- Large, vibrant 3.8-inch touchscreen
- Sliding full QWERTY keyboard
- 5-megapixel AF camera with flash and 720p HD movie recording
- Google Android 2.2 operating system
- Built-in GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity
HTC Merge Android 2.2 smartphone is expected to hit the market in this Spring, but its exact availability date and price info have yet to be known.