As we said earlier, HTC is wearing its announcement suite today and as expected has announced yet another Android powered phone. HTC Desire Z is the name of this Froyo laden sensation and is basically the European and Asian specific version of the recently announced T-Mobile G2.

Here’s the official announcement:

For people constantly on the go, HTC Desire Z makes it quick and easy to stay connected with friends on Facebook and Twitter or with colleagues and customers at work. HTC Desire Z features a unique ‘pop hinge’ that opens to reveal a QWERTY keyboard for fast, convenient typing. HTC Desire Z’s keyboard also includes a variety of keyboard shortcuts and two customizable keys for providing instant access to common functions without the need to open menus. HTC Desire Z also includes 720p HD video recording and a 5-megapixel camera with automatic flash. It is the first phone to utilize the new 800MHz Qualcomm 7230 processor for improved performance and battery life and also includes HTC Fast Boot.

Just like T-Mobile G2, HTC Desire Z has

  • 800 Mhz processor.
  • 3.7 inch touch screen.
  • QWERTY keyboard.
  • 5 MP camera with automatic flash.
  • 720p video recording.
  • Full Adobe Flash 10.1 support.

HTC Desire Z will start landing in Europe and Asia from October 2010 and will be available from a variety of operators.

[via HTC]



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