For the next few days I’ll be lucky enough to have my pick of these handsets. The eagle-eyed amongst you will have spotted the HTC Touch Dual as phone number two. It’s somewhat thinner and taller than the original Touch and, as you’ll see below, it’s definitely not got WiFi on board. :(
There’s still rumours about the WiFi on the HTC Touch Dual, with suggestions that certain territories may get WiFi-enabled versions, but we’re seeing a distinct lack of it so far.
On the right of our image is the iMate Ultimate 6150 and 8150, followed by one of five T-Mobile Vario III units that have just arrived as part of a roll-out the company is doing. We’ll have reviews and videos of the iMate Ultimate 6150 and iMate Ultimate 8150 coming soon, however we’ll obviously be looking at the HTC Touch Dual to begin with. Read on for some up-close pics and shots of the Connection Manager…
Above you can see a shot of the connection manager application on the HTC Touch Dual. As you can see there’s everything there, but no WiFi.