HTC to launch two new Mango based smartphones – Ignite and Prime.


2 May 2011
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Ignite is a fully touch phone, whereas the HTC prime is a slide Qwerty smartphone. Prices are not known but these phones are expected to launch by the end of this year.

HTC will be rolling out its two new smartphones Ignite and Prime by the end of this year. These two handsets will run on the new Windows Phone 7.5 Mango platform. These handsets are revealed by the Dutch retailer, Phone House website, who later retrieved the information. But before they pull up the information the news have been circulated throughout the web that HTC is looking forward to launch its two new sets along with the other WP7 phones.

Ignite is a fully touch phone, whereas, Prime is a slide Qwerty handset. These phones are expected to release along with the official launch of the Microsoft Mango software. HTC will definitely launch its new sets with the WP7.5 as it did with the launch of the WP7 mobiles. Though, it is leaked news so it might be faked, but if we go as per its technical specifications then the HTC ignite resembles a lot to the HTC Mozart. It looks an upgraded version of Mozart model. And, Prime resembles a lot to the HTC7 Pro.

Ignite has 3.7-inch WVGA (480x800) display, 1Ghz processor with three capacitive button in the front panel, 5 mega pixel camera. Whereas, HTC Prime is powered with Qwerty keyboard, it’s a sliding phone, with 3.7-inches WVGA (480x800) display. It too has 5 mega pixel camera but with autofocus feature. So, in short there are some differences in both the handsets, but as much information is not revealed so it is quite difficult to make guess that what other features do they sport.

Along with these phones the details about the HTC Eternity has already been rolled out in the market. Eternity has 4.7-inch WSVGA display along with the 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM 8255 processor fixed with Adreno 205 graphic card. It has 8-mega pixel back camera with auto focus and 1.3 mega pixel camera in the front. The phone   
Can also record 720p HD video.

The prices of these phones are not yet known, but it is expected that HTC will definitely come up with a good number of WP7.5 smartphones.

-msn news
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