HTC's Snap to Succeed the Dash
Today HTC announced a true successor to its Dash smartphone in the new HTC Snap. The Snap is a bar-style phone running Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard with a full, physical QWERTY keyboard. HTC has replaced the D-pad on the Dash with a track ball on the Snap. Its stand-out feature is a new email filtering program called Inner Circle. Snap users all several close contacts to their Inner Circle. When they press the dedicated Inner Circle button on the keyboard, it opens a filtered email inbox showing messages received only from those contacts that are part of the inner circle. The Snap has quad-band GSM/EDGE and has two HSDPA variants, including 850/1900MHz. It has a 2 megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, GPS, and Wi-Fi. The Snap also supports microSDHC cards. HTC didn't announced a price point or exact availability.
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I loved my Dash