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HTC Touch Pro and HTC Touch Viva, Available Soon in Taiwan

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HTC Touch ProAlthough Taiwan is HTC's home country, the company's Touch Pro Pocket PC has not been released there yet. But this is about to change in the near future, as the Windows Mobile handset manufacturer intends to strike a deal with Far EasTone, Taiwan's third largest mobile carrier, in order to start selling the Touch Pro across the South-East Asian country.

Officially presented by HTC at the beginning of June, the Touch Pro is almost the same device as the Touch Diamond. Or at least at first sight, because upon a closer look, you get to see that the Touch Pro hides a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out horizontally. This makes the handset thicker than the Diamond (18 millimeters, as opposed to only 11.5), but it's a great addition, nevertheless, for users who rely on their handset for quickly writing emails and text messages.

QWERTY goodness aside, HTC Touch Pro also brings a 2.8 inch TFT touchscreen with a VGA resolution (480 x 640 pixels), TouchFLO 3D User Interface, internal GPS, Wi-Fi, a 3.15 Megapixel camera with auto focus, TV out, expandable memory and many other features. The handset is set to hit the Taiwanese market starting October.

HTC is also getting ready to release its newly-announced Touch Viva in Taiwan. Unlike the Touch Pro, Viva can't be considered a high-end Pocket PC, but it's still a pretty nice device. Built on the platform of the old HTC Touch, Viva comes with a similar design, offering features like: Windows Mobile 6.1. Wi-Fi, a 2.8 inch TFT QVGA touchscreen display, TouchFLO User Interface, Pocket Office, Media player, a 2 Megapixel camera and so on.

The retail price of HTC Touch Viva for the Taiwanese market is said to be of around 11,900 TWD (370 USD or 255 Euros). By the end of this year, HTC hopes to sell at least 2 million Vivas in Asian-Pacific markets.HTC Touch Pro
HTC Touch Viva

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