HTC Mobiles officially announced the launch of HTC Merge to the US market.
HTC Merge is an Android powered CDMA smartphone coming to the North American Operators.
“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,” said Jason Mackenzie, president, 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.”
The new smartphone HTC Merge
comes with some delightful stuff like global 3G roaming and the perfect hardware profile. This is the first CDMA Android World phone from HTC. HTC Merge include a 3.8 inch touchscreen display, a 5.0 mega-pixel camera with LED flash sporting a (2592 x 1944 Pixels) resolution images. The camera can record a video at 1280×720 Pixels (720p HD).
is pre-loaded with Google powered Android OS v2.2 (Froyo) and supported with HTC ADR6325 processor and 3D Graphics hardware accelerator. The internal memory clocks 363 MB RAM and 4 GB storage. However, there will be an option of expandable memory slot. The major attraction would be the sliding QWERTY keyboard which will have a better user experience while browsing and chatting. HTC FriendStream™ will keeps you updated with the friends stuff at various social networking platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and so on.
HTC Merge will be available from multiple North American operators beginning in spring 2011 and the pricing is yet to be revealed.