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It seems T-Mobile USA has not been trying hard to keep their new HTC Juno under wraps. Gizmodo has gotten their hands on a few more shots of the upcoming T-Mobile Shadow pictures next to the PlackBerry Pearl. Rumor has it that T-Mobile will be announcing the Shadow in a few week and will release it by the end of October. Like most newer HTC devices, the Shadow will feature Stereo Bluetooth, 128MB of RAM, and support for SHDC cards,
Rumors are still flying around that this HTC device may have the same TouchFLO technology as the HTC Touch since this device's screen in completely flush with the surface. If so, the T-Mobile Shadow would be the first device on a major U.S. carrier tofeaturing HTC's new technology.
HTC is poised to start a revolution with its Windows Mobile based phones. For years HTC has led the pack in smart phones but now that Nokia and Apple are brining their devices to the main stream markets, HTC is ready to undergo a new transformation.
The HTC Touch was released this past June in Europe and Asia and will soon be seen on the shores of North America. Its revolutionary user interface for Windows Mobile has led to an obvious comparison tothe Apple iPhone.
For those who know the potential and freedom that Windows Mobile offers its users, the HTC Touch is a step ahead of the iPhone. The Touch is only the beginning of HTC's new strategy to bring their high-tech devices to the masses.