HTC Gratia Android Smartphone Unveiled

The HTC Gratia was revealed earlier today. The Gratia is an Android based smartphone. It has a 3.2 inch screen that is in a HVGA format. It has a 600MHz Qualcomm processor and can connect to HSPA and WCDMA networks running at 900 and 2100.

It is believed that the HTC Gratia is a European version of the HTC Aria as it looks similar in design and specs. Other features of the new Android smartphone include Android 2.2 as well as a 5 megapixel camera. The Android 2.2 is also modified with HTC Sense.

All the usual connectivity and sensors can be found in the HTC Gratia which includes Wifi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR as well as GPS, accelerometer, compass, proximity and light sensors.

It has 512MB of ROM and RAM is 384MB. A microSD card can be used although it isn’t confirmed what size of card is supported although it is often 32GB for a smartphone of this type.

It is expected to launch in November on several carriers across Europe. Pricing is unknown at the moment and will be announced by individual carriers nearer the launch time.

Via: SlashGear

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