HTC Snap goes to T-Mobile?

HTC Snap goes to T-Mobile?
Remember the HTC candybar featuring a front-facing QWERTY keyboard that the company announced at the CTIA event this year? The moment we saw the Snap, we thought that it is probably the successor of the Dash. Still, it was lacking support for T-Mobile’s 3G bands, which provoked a few doubts. Well, guess what – it is quite possible that the phone would actually be offered by T-Mobile. An FCC document revealed to us that a version of the Snap would support the AWS 3G band (1700MHz), which is used only by T-Mobile USA. Well, well, T-Mobile customers, this leads us to the conclusion that you might actually end up with a nice smartphone by HTC.

And now, let’s go for the usual reminder on the specifications of the phone! The HTC Snap will offer all the advanced capabilities of Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, since its 2.4-inch screen is not touch-sensitive. Naturally, it will also come with Wi-Fi, GPS and 3G support. What’s the best about it though, is its e-mail support, taking advantage of HTC’s new Inner Circle feature, which brings e-mails from certain people to the top of the e-mail inbox.

HTC Snap Specifications | Hands-on

source: FCC

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