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HTC T8290 Will Support WiMAX and GSM

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 HTC T8290 Will Support WiMAX and GSMClearly, Taiwanese mobile manufacturer HTC is having an excellent year. After bringing the HTC Diamond to users out there, it moved directly to making the first Google Android phone, the G1 for T-Mobile. Now, recently leaked information has it that HTC is working on a HTC T8290 phone that, apparently, supports not only GSM but also WiMAX.

This is now the latest, hottest, and most debated topic regarding mobile phones, and tidbits of information and some pictures of the HTC T8290 have already leaked. The new device is designed to allow even more wireless Internet access, thus complying with the current trend in the mobile industry, imposed by all the phones that are destined to be high-end and that provide, one way or another, broadband Internet access and advanced browsing functionalities.

WiMAX is a telecommunications technology that is designed to provide wireless data transmission in a variety of ways, from point to point links to full mobile Internet access. It allows for broadband speed without the need of cables, which is an essential aspect for mobiles if we come to think of it. Thus, WiMAX is a reliable alternative to cable and DSL connections and, as far as mobile phones go, a great alternative in the absence of 3G.

 HTC T8290 Will Support WiMAX and GSMThe HTC T8290 is apparently designed for the Russian WiMAX operator Yota. Since Russia has no 3G coverage, users can benefit from broadband Internet by using this device.

The specs for the phone include a 3.8" 800×480 WVGA LCD, 802.11g WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0. Unfortunately, this is all the info available for the time being. Considering that the handset is supposedly almost official, since it has been presented at the WiMAX World Conference in Chicago, all the specs, along with a price and release date, should be made public soon. However, just like in all the cases when we have to deal with rumors and leaked information, we'll just have to wait and see.

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