HTC Tera PB 65100 spotted at the FCC with support for T-Mobile 3G

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HTC Tera PB 65100 spotted at the FCC with support for T-Mobile 3G
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Taking a slightly different approach from what we've seen in the past, the latest edition to the HTC Touch Pro line will undoubtedly be packing some less than impressive high-end specs – still, we're sure there are plenty of people out there excited about it. The HTC Tera PB 65100 is rumored to be the eventual HTC Touch Pro3 and was recently spotted over at the FCC with support for T-Mobile's bands. It wouldn't be surprising if this indeed will ultimately become something available for T-Mobile as they were the first major carrier here in the US to offer the HTC Touch Pro2. The HTC Tera PB 65100 will offer the same kind of slide out QWERTY keyboard that's become synonymous with the Touch Pro line and will run Windows Mobile 6.5. In addition, it'll feature a 3.2-megapixel camera 1300 mAh battery, and support for 3G bands 1700/2100 MHz. Luckily for the many user who are faithful to the Windows Mobile platform, they can still look forward to see the next version of the long lived HTC Touch Pro series.

HTC Tera Preliminary Specifications

source: FCC via Cell Phone Signal


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4 Comments

1. ajac09

Posts: 1482; Member since: Sep 30, 2009

its such a step backwards I hope its not called the touch pro 3

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Now all I am hoping is that it will be cheap With the HD2 selling only at $99... this phone gotta be free.. lol

3. 203RichBoy

Posts: 76; Member since: Dec 15, 2009

myTouch slide...

4. htc_prep

Posts: 303; Member since: Oct 09, 2009

That's going to disgrace the pro line. Lifes not about regression. It's about progression... hopefully its something else.

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