HTC reveals Android-powered Gratia
HTC has taken a break from unveiling Windows Phone 7 handsets, in order to announce The Gratia, yet another Android-based smartphone, due to hit UK stores next month.
Although pricing has yet to be confirmed, judging by the specifications, the Gratia seems aimed at smartphone aspirants on a mid-range budget.
The handset features a 3.2 inch, 320×480, touchscreen, 5Mp camera, 600MHz CPU, wi-fi, Bluetooth 2.1, microSD support and GPS.
In terms of connectivity, the Gratia is fully internet-enabled with 3G, HSPA/WCDMA 900/2100, EDGE and wi-fi support.
The Europe-bound Gratia is essentially the same as the HTC Aria, which is currently available in the US. The only difference is that it runs the latest version of Android (2.2 Froyo) right out of the box with no need to update.
The Gratia is out in November and we’ll bring you a full review once we get our hands on it.
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