Two weeks ago the first image of the HTC Juno for T-Mobile appeared, showing a slider with SureType QWERTY and rumors for interface similar to the TouchFlo on the Touch and the TyTN II. A couple of days ago, the first images of the Dopod C750 were revealed, showing very similar device (Dopod is the HTC’s brand for Asia) which is based on WM6 Standard edition which means it is with non-touch display. The good thing is that it is 2.6 inch with VGA resolution (480x640) which is 4 times more than the standard QVGA.
Yesterday, FCC approved HTC Phoebus (PHOE100) and the backside image reminds of the C750, hinting this is the Juno for T-Mobile. It is quad-band GSM with WiFi.
The other new HTC device that appeared in the internet is the Kii smartphone. It is also not officially announced and its only mention is in the Bluetooth SIG site, which doesn’t reveal any details.