updated 04:55 pm EDT, Mon August 6, 2007
HTC interface spreads
The TouchFLO interface for the HTC Touch, whose control has been likened to that of the iPhone, may be migrating to other HTC products in the near future. The most prominent of these is the TyTN II (below), believed to be the Kaiser, which is now also described as having Windows Mobile 6, 128MB of RAM and 256MB of ROM. It should also have a 360-degree jog dial, and 3G wireless radio. This is on top of previously-known features such as GPS and a three-megapixel camera.
The other phone is the Polaris, first revealed in an HTC roadmap. Though similar to the Kaiser, the Polaris distinguishes itself by omitting a QWERTY keyboard, and instead increasing the display size to 3.5 inches, while incorporating an FM radio. No new release dates have been published. [via MoDaCo]
HTC TyTN II