Rumor hints for the HTC Ozone to be available online starting June 29th

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Rumor hints for the HTC Ozone to be available online starting June 29th
It's nice knowing that HTC is still one of the few manufacturers to support Windows Mobile Standard Edition. BRG is reporting that the HTC Ozone, known also as the XV6175, Snap, Cedar, and Willow, will be available for purchase online for Big Red starting June 29. Still no word yet as to pricing for the candybar-esque QWERTY device. If purchasing it online isn't your kind of thing, then you'll just have to wait a bit longer until July 13 to get one at a store. Start saving now so it won't hurt you in the pockets when the time comes around.

source: BGR

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6 Comments

1. jibara81

Posts: 18; Member since: May 07, 2009

looks like a ugly phone kinda reminds me the T-mobile Dash

2. SamVJr

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 20, 2009

It actually is going to be the new T-Mobile Dash 3

3. brettconnect

Posts: 9; Member since: Jun 10, 2009

Its going to be a low cost HTC phone to battle with the other heavily subsidized smartphones. Look for a $99 price point with of course 2 yr leave and die agreement and arm and a leg data package.

5. PapaJay224

Posts: 866; Member since: Feb 08, 2009

Your such a dong. I dont EVER hear of anyone complaining about at&t garbage 3g pile of crap data network and people have to pay 20 - 30 dollars for that...now thats something to complain about. Atleast Verizon is actually clocking 3g speeds...and they're only half of what Home ISP's are for thier connectivity..Your right about a low level PDA, Blackberry is intimidating to somepeople and so are many other phones, with HTC on VZW line up being far from cheap, this should make do for a poor mans Blackberry Curve. But seriously dont act like data isnt slowly weening itself into a requirement and seriously dont act like 29.99 for 3g data is THAT big of a deal, If it is to you than maybe you should stick to your moto 325i.

4. WKlingbeil

Posts: 215; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

$99? That's low, I mean, we are talking Verizon here, it's probably going to be more like $129.99-$149.99. I will say though, with VZW doing that BOGO Blackberry deal for so long, trying to clean house on them, what are they supposed to replace the Curve with? The Storm has the Storm 2, the p.o.s. Pearl has the Pearl Flip, and the 8830 has the Tour... Nothing to replace the Curve with though... Hopefully that means the Curve 8930, or Jupiter, or whatever God awful alias it has will be coming to VZW.

6. elgee02

Posts: 28; Member since: Jan 26, 2009

This will be $49.99 AFTER a $70 mail in rebate. It will have Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, EVDO Rev. A, 256mb FLASH, 196mb RAM, WiFi, 2.0 mp camera w/auto focus, full global capability, and odly enough it looks like it will use a Mini-USB charger, not a Micro-USB.

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