Ladies and geeks, meet the HTC Explorer, the latest addition to HTCâ€™s already extensive collection of Android goodies.
The HTC Explorer is a pint-sized â€˜droid akin to the HTC Wildfire S, just slightly bigger (but narrower), thicker and heavier than the latter. Actually, the same also holds true as far as its features go. Except for its camera, the HTC Explorer is almost a carbon copy of the Wildfire S specs-wise, from its 3.2-inch display size down to its 600MHz processor and 512MB RAM.
What about its camera, you ask? Well, this newer HTC Gingerbread phone only sports a 3-megapixel camera sans flash as opposed to a 5-megapixel cam with flash found on the Wildfire S.
Not anymore as enticing, right? But this does come Sense 3.5, and if the downgraded camera is any indication, this might just be HTC’s most affordable Android offering to date.
How affordable? Well, we donâ€™t exactly know yet. But if the HTC Explorer will indeed be cheaper than the HTC Wildfire S, it should retail for less than Php15K.
The HTC Explorer is scheduled to hit Asian markets this Q4. No local release date yet, but do check back soon as weâ€™ll be sure to give you guys the heads once we get a hold of it.
In the meantime, let this promo vid whet your appetite while we wait for its inevitable launch in the Philippines:
More on the HTC Explorer here.
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