HTC Touch Viva gets official, on a budget

HTC Touch Viva gets official, on a budget
In addition to the Touch HD and Touch 3G, HTC announced a budget model of the series, the Touch Viva. The Touch 3G can be considered as a slightly stripped down version of the Touch Diamond, with QVGA display and different more modest design language. The Touch Viva on the other hand is obviously a low-class model, mirroring the specifications of the previous generation Touch phone. It is running on a slow TI OMAP 850 processor at 201 MHz, features QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera and is quad-band GSM without 3G or GPS. Compared to the original Touch it comes with slightly changed design and WM6.1 OS with TouchFLO 3D instead of the first-gen TouchFLO.

HTC Touch Viva Specifications

source: HTC


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