Jul 5th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:09 pm

The HTC Vision has long been rumored as the QWERTY-equipped high-end Android that many people have been looking for, and that rumor does not fail in getting stronger and stronger as the weeks pass us by. A relatively clear shot of the supposed device has surfaced and looks like everything the rumors have been describing it to be.


The screen most certainly is sized at 3.7-inches (different from the 4.3-inches that we’ve been hearing thrown around, although no word on which technology would be used), the original blurry-cammer claims it’s being powered by a 1GHz processor beneath the hood, and – obviously – the keyboard is “visioned” in all of its 4-row QWERTY goodness (see what I did there?).

It’s running Android 2.1 and – beside the spotting of a possible optical trackpad resting at the bottom of the device – we can’t find anything else new (or obvious) to point out here. Do you guys think this device would be worthy enough to carry on with the Sidekick brand for T-Mobile? Or do you think this phone will end up going somewhere else?

[via Engadget]

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