Android lovers in India – stand up and jump in joy. HTC has announced the launch of its Desire Android 2.1 smartphone (future upgrade to FroYo) in India. The device will be available at a price of Rs.28,900 and is being launched in partnership with Tata DoCoMo here.
Not that you will need the features to be listed down, but here’s a quick recap – The phone sports a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 3.7-inches AMOLED display (though it is unclear if this shall be replaced with SLCD), a 576MB RAM, HTC Sense UI and a 5-megapixel camera. Additionally, the Desire users in India will also get the FM radio feature that is kind of ubiquitous here.
If you are a post-paid subscriber of Tata DoCoMo, you can avail 500MB of free data consumption for the first six months. To get started, users will have to text ‘Android‘ to 54321 from their HTC Desire.
Are you getting one? What do you think about the price? Write down in the comments.