The taiwanese mobile makers is planning to release an update to its Touch HD that replace Google's Android as its OS replacing the earlier Windows Mobile operating system. The update is also supposed to have faster 628MHz Qualcomm chip and feature a 3.8-inch touchscreen.
Apparently this shift towards Android is not just out of the blue. the company has released other android based phones like the T-Mobile's G1, which was the first to come out in market with Android OS and the Hero, which was the first Android phone to feature Adobe flash. The T-Mobile has reportedly sold over one million G1 Android smartphones since it came out in 2008.
Eventhough this is the case, the company has not yet released its fingerhold on Windows Mobile OS. Earlier this month they had annouced the HTC Touch Pro2 features which include a 3.6-inch WVGA variable-angle tilting touch-screen,a wide, slide-out keyboard that is larger than its predecessor—and the Windows Mobile 6.1 OS. Other features likeTouchFlo3D bring information important to the user—such as quick access to contacts, messaging, e-mail and weather—to the top level of the user interface. The battery life has also been increased
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