May 7, 2016
Taiwan-based handset manufacturer High Tech Computer (HTC) previewed their latest top-of-the-range smartphone in London yesterday.
The HTC Touch Diamond features a 3D touch interface, a 3.2 megapixel camera, 2.8 inch display with VGA resolution and 4 G-bytes of storage.
The Opera browser combined with HSDPA technology provides broadband-speed internet access.
Specially designed mobile applications provide access to YouTube and Google Maps – keeping users entertained and in the right place when on the move.
According to HTC CEO Peter Chou, the 3D touch interface – TouchFLO 3D – makes browsing the web as easy as making calls.
HTC has already sold 3 million units of the HTC Touch, and it hopes that the Diamond will perform even better.
The HTC Touch Diamond will be released across Europe in June; US release will be in the second half of 2016.
All five of the UK’s major networks – Orange, O2, T-Mobile, Vodafone, and 3 – are expected to stock the phone.