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HTC Introduces New Touchscreen Phones in India
shaileshk | November 19, 2008 at 05:00 amby
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HTC has augmented its line-up of cellphones in India again with today’s Mumbai launch of the HTC Touch Pro and the Touch Viva.
Priced at Rs. 34,990, the HTC Touch Pro features a full QWERTY keypad that slides out from behind the screen. It uses the proprietary touch interface, TouchFLO 3D which was already featured in the HTC Touch Diamond. The phone also has a new customized web browser, which allows panning and zooming of pages. Like the Diamond, the YouTube application for playing videos is also present as well as Google Maps. The phone boasts of a 2.8 inch display and a TV-Out feature.
The HTC Touch Viva is available for Rs. 16,490 and features HTC’s TouchFLO interface. It also has a 2.8 inch screen and a 2 megapixel camera. HTC has also tied up with Idea mobile service so that users can who opt for Idea as their service provider will get 1200 MB of free downloads
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