T-Mobile have announced that they’ll be stock several of HTC’s newly announced smartphones.
Like their Everything Everywhere partner, Orange, T-Mobile look set to offer the HTC Desire S, Wildfire S, and ChaCha, all of which will have the very latest flavour of smartphone Android, version 2.4.
The HTC Desire S has a 3.7-inch WVGA touchscreen, and both front and rear-facing cameras. The rear-facing five-megapixel shooter will also be able to record HD video.
Typically HTC’s flagship model, the Desire won’t be packing a dual-core processor, so we’re interested to see how the Desire S will measure up to its double-powered rivals. The single 1GHz processor may make the phone more wallet-friendly
The HTC Wildfire S is the upgrade to the best-selling HTC Wildfire. With a smaller 3.2-inch screen, it also has a five-megapixel camera, and has ditched the trackpad seen on the older Wildfire model, and had a fresh redesign for 2011. You’ll also be able to pick up the Wildfire S in several different colours.
The ChaCha, also know as HTC’S Facebook Phone, has an eye-catching Facebook button on the front, just below the physical QWERTY keyboard. Plenty of Facebook features are packing into the new phone, and like the Desire S, there is both a five-megapixel camera and VGA front-facing camera.
Like other networks who announced their HTC ranges earlier today, T-Mobile are also remaining tight-lipped on tariff info and concrete release dates. Like earlier, then, expect an early summer release.