The highly anticipated Touch Dual from HTC is now available for purchase at Best Buy.
Set as a pre-order only for a few weeks, the device can now be purchased unlocked for $549.99 without a commitment. The phone packs a powerful punch with the TouchFLO user interface and the slide out keypad. Although the European version was released initially, it lacked the US frequencies for 3G and was a tri-band phone. The US version is a quad-band bearing phone with the 3G frequencies (850/1900Mhz) that will work on AT&T’s network, utilizing the high speeds of UMTS/HSDPA. Pre-installed is the Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system which supports all the smart phone capabilites of email, MSN and internet browsing. The camera resolution is 2MP yet without a flash to support it.
3 responses to “HTC Touch Dual Now Available at Best Buy”
Umm… picture error… that is not a qwerty. So which is it, a qwerty or a standard phone keypad?
The US Touch Dual features a standard keypad with XT9 support on top of the virtual keyboard,
We’ve updated the article to clarify things. HTC advertises the U.S. Touch Dual as having SureType style QWERTY via its XT9 keypad.