Ready to meet another Android Phone? The operator AT&T, together with the cellphone maker HTC, are planning to launch the HTC Lancaster, a new smartphone model equipped with Google's mobile platform. With a design reminiscent of the HTC Magic, the Lancaster features a coupled slider QWERTY keyboard, very similar to the well-known T-Mobile G1.
According to information leaked together, the HTC Lancaster supports quadband EDGE frequency and 850 / 1900MHz HSPA, AGPS, a 3 megapixel camera with fixed-focus, Bluetooth 2.0, 1.350 mAh battery, microSD expansion and a ? HTC's unique social messaging interface. ? However, the smaller screen when compared to existing Android Phones (Dream and Magic), only 2.8 versus 3.2 (with QVGA of 240 x 320 pixels).
Although its availability is apparently dated to August 3, the price of the new model has not yet been released. Below, a super image of the new model and its features.