Taiwanese smartphone giant HTC has officially unveiled the Desire Z handset at its press event in London today.
The kit, powered by a slightly slower 800MHz Qualcomm processor unlike the 1GHz range found in handsets these days, features a full QWERTY keyboard hidden behind a hinged 3.7-inch display, which HTC claims provides a “more thumb friendly typing experience”.
Also onboard is a five-megapixel camera with flash, autofocus and HD video capture skills and 4GB of internal memory with the option to expand it further via the microSD slot.
Better yet, it comes loaded with the latest version of Android, 2.2, an updated HTC Sense UI and the new HTC Smart Boot feature, which enables faster power up of the device.
HTC did not reveal an official release date or pricing details, but we will be sure to report back to you as soon we find out more.
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