Almost as if the product pages were pushed out together, the official product page on HTC’s site for the upcoming HTC Touch 3G has been noticed by some keen readers right after the HTC Touch HD made its way into the public view.
According to the specifications listed on the site, the phone carries a 2.8″ QVGA touchscreen that does a decent 320 x 240 pixel resolution. It comes with HSDPA, Quad band radio, A-GPS and GPS. There’s also a 3.2 Megapixel camera that is packed along the phone that apparently will be available in 4 colors, according to the pictures. At the core, the phone will be powered by the now common Windows Mobile version 6.1 and is supposed to have the same TouchFLO interface that its little brother carries.
I’m not sure what HTC is trying to do here. It seems that the company is either following a completely different strategy to soft-launch their phones into the public, or simply, I suspect the site’s webmaster is going to be fired soon.
In any case, the official word will be out sooner than we think.