Taiwanese Smartphone makers HTC has announced three new Smartphones in China, all running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The series has been released in the MWC 2012 press conference. HTC president Ren Weiguang stated that the Smartphones were made for the Chinese people and the three mainland TelCos (China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom) in mind. The devices have lower specs and are apparently branded as Desires; each is made for a different one of the big three Chinese carriers.
The three devices are equipped with a 4” 800 x 480 screen, a 5 megapixel camera, single core 1Ghz processor, 512 GB of RAM, the Android + Sense 4.0A, and supports the Beats Audio–and of course, the Ice Cream Sandwich. All of the Dragons share the same feature, but each one is still unique. The China Telecom’s (the VTC 328d) support dual mode dual standby, China Unicom (VT 328w) is the single-card version, China Mobile (VT 328t) is the dual card dual standby.
For the moment, only the price of the T328w is known: 1,999 yuan (about $318). Anyway, all three new HTC Android ICS smartphones should become available in China before the end of this month. Which HTC Dragon do you think will reign supreme? Sound off in the comments below.