It would only be likely that HTC would
commission a successor to the ultra-affordable HTC Smart
sales for it have proven to be sufficient to warrant the move. The
Brew-based handset's most notable feature is undoubtedly its
inexpensive cost to own, but HTC already is looking to follow it up
with the HTC Smart2 according to some new information. From what's
heard, the HTC Smart2 is “more or less similar” to the original,
but it will pack on some new features to offer some additional value
for the handset – such as the inclusion of Wi-Fi and Office Suite
to allow users to edit documents on the go. Following the same path
as the original, it's cost for ownership is rumored to be nothing more than
10,000 INR in India – which should clearly add to its appeal.
Needless to say that HTC will refine the handset while maintaining
that affordable cost for ownership, but there was no mention of any
expected release date.
via Unwired View