New Unnamed HTC QWERTY Android Smartphone Breaks Cover

Posted: Sep 28 2010, 7:30am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 28 2010, 7:35am CDT, in Rumors | Android

New unnamed HTC QWERTY Android Smartphone breaks Cover
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A set of photos showing a new HTC Android phone appeared.

Ready for a new HTC Android Phone from Verizon? BGR published a set of 12 photos showing an unnamed HTC Android phone. This HTC phones features a slide-out keyboard and a polished design. The all black device is supposed to have 5MP camera, micro-SD card slot and runs Android 2.2.

The model number is ADR6325, but that is all we know for now about this new Verizon Droid handset. I guess we will soon see an announcement for this new HTC phone from Verizon. Verizon is not launching a Windows Phone 7 this year. They are focusing still on Android. I guess we see still more new Android releases for the Holidays. One thing i still find really awkward is seeing Bing as the default search engine on an Android phone, do you?

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