HTC Smart To Be Soon Available In India

Do you still remember the Brew Mobile based handset announced by HTC back in January during the CES 2010? If not, then you need not to worry as the same handset might be in your hands within few days, since this device is expected to be launched in India during the end of this month. If you are planning to buy this device, I would like you to check out the amazing specs of this device below.

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HTC Smart is powered by Brew Mobile operating system and runs on a 300 MHz processor. It has a 2.8 inches TFT touchscreen display, 256MB RAM, 256MB ROM, USB, GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth, 3G Connectivity and so on.

Other feature includes a 3.15 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, audio and video player, stereo FM radio with RDS, Sense UI, Accelerometer, 16 GB expandable memory, 3.5 mm audio jack, 1100 mAh battery, upto 450 hours stand-by time and 7 hours talk-time.

Sadly, this handset does not comes with a Wi-Fi connectivity. This handset will be first launched in India and then it will be available in European markets during April. This handset is expected to be available in India with a price tag of Rs.10,000. Since Samsung Star and Samsung Corby are quite popular in India, this handset may directly compete with Samsung’s touchscreen phones due to its affordable price and excellent features.

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Omkar Dutta

Omkar Dutta is a Mobile Enthusiast from Mumbai, India. He loves to check out latest software, mobile phones and web services. Currently, he writes for this awesome blog as well as Fone Arena. You can follow him on Twitter @0mkarr

  • A good moble with low price.but it will not survive in indian market because of "missing Wi-Fi".

  • A major loop hole is "Wi-Fi"

  • Roshan

    I would like to know what will be the Exact price of this new phone from HTC ??

    Before 2 months I have bought Nokia 5230 for Rs.8500/-

    But I am not satisfied with its volume as it is very low.

    Even it doesnt have auto focus for camera. No wi-fi also.

  • I am on a lookout for Android phones from HTC with a normal screen size which would support apps. Expecting more such devices as it provides more options to chose from.

  • Mangesh

    How can you call this as a 'smart' phone when it does not have 'WI-FI' feature…It is a 'dumb' phone then..