The Android-based HTC Fiesta rolls out on AT&T?

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The Android-based HTC Fiesta rolls out on AT&T?
We first told you about the Android-based HTC Fiesta several months ago, when it got revealed in a Bluetooth certificate. Now, yet another piece of evidence that confirms its existence has appeared. Thanks to an insider XML file we now know its code number is T5252, its name truly is Fiesta and the handset will definitely run on Android. It seems the handset will be aimed at people on tight budget, because we can see it will sport a QVGA resolution screen rather than an HVGA-capable one like all other Android-based handsets available on the market now. The list of specs includes hardware keyboard that we hope is QWERTY. The handset will most probably come without 3G band support, so it doesn´t seem to be a version of the Click, but rather, a brand new, affordable cell phone. Our source also claims the device is to roll out through AT&T in the US.

So, how do you feel about the explosive growth in the number of Android devices we seem to be in for?

via: CellPassion


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3 Comments

1. artz1986

Posts: 453; Member since: Mar 11, 2009

This is cool and all, I'm just wondering when we'll get a 3G unlocked Hero...and then maybe when it'll drop on at&t. But all and all, since this device doesn't support 3G, eh, it doesn't get my support...well, unless it has WIFI =]

2. Li-Ion

Posts: 1; Member since: Aug 07, 2009

1. The HTC T5252 is the HTC Diamond2 2. could it be the HTC Memphis/Lancaster? LINK:http://www.phonearena.com/htmls/HTC-Lancaster-phone-pa_3711.html

3. drewsky

Posts: 147; Member since: Jan 04, 2009

I don't think its the Diamond2, the diamond isn't a tight budget handset But it could be the Lancaster though

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