HTC Velocity 4G Release Date Keeps Australian Gamers Awake at Night
Jan 19, 2012
HTC Velocity 4G
Australian gamers can soon enjoy mobile gambling on the latest HTC Velocity 4G device available at Telstra network.
The new phone is the Australian version of highly popular with fans of mobile casinos HTC Raider 4G and AT&T’s Vivid smartphone.
It offers regulars of Android casinos a 4.5 inch S-LCD screen with qHD 540×960 resolution, a 1.5GHz CPU on a Snapdragon chipset, 1GB or RAM and Adreno 220 GPU.
Other features of the promising mobile casino games tool include a 8MP snapper with 1080p video recording capabilities and 16GB of internal memory as well as a microSD card slot to expand the storage capacity. Wi-Fi connectivity includes a hotspot mode, which allows sharing the smartphone’s data connection over Wi-Fi network.
Connectivity options of the HTC Velocity 4G also include a usual quad-band 2G, dual-band 3G and most importantly: LTE support. Telstra utilized the 1800MHz band for the LTE allowing network speeds up to 40Mbps. This is surely enough to accommodate even the most demanding mobile casino gambling enthusiasts.
The HTC Velocity 4G is shaping up to become the first LTE-capable device in Australia, but the official release date and pricing policy still remain unclear. Some sources claim that the phone will hit the stores by the end of this month, but we’re still to hear official word from HTC and Telstra.
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