HTC Vision With T-Mobile Markings Spotted In The Wild; Possible Name Change to G1 Blaze?

July 26, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Leaked pictures of an HTC Vision handset that appeared online show that the device will become available on mobile carrier’s T-Mobile’s network. The high-end smartphone that has a physical QWERTY keyboard sliding out from beneath its screen, is also rumored to get its name changed to the G1 Blaze before its launch.

However, is hasn’t been confirmed whether the handset would become available through the T-Mobile network in the US or the mobile carrier’s European network.

Pictures of the device running on Google’s Android OS had started leaking on to the Internet since early this month while a previous leak of the phone’s user-agent profile had started rumors that HTC would bring physical QWERTY keyboards to high-end Android-based devices.

However, since then, Motorola’s Droid 2 as well Samsung’s 4G-enabled Galaxy S variant called the Epic 4G have also been announced to contain the feature.

The HTC Vision is said to feature a WVGA display of 3.7-inch size and a 1 GHz processor as well. It has been rumored to run on version 2.1 of the Android platform and feature HTC’s Sense user interface. The keyboard on the device has also been said to be spacious and easy to use due to its bumped keys.

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