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Production HTC Fuze for AT&T spotted

updated 03:55 pm EST, Tue November 4, 2008

HTC Fuze images leaked

A member of a forum board, DJ Justifier, has shared photos of a production HTC Fuze heading over to AT&T along with some information on the handset. The device, basically a renamed HTC Touch Pro meant for the AT&T wireless network, does appear to sport a customized TouchFLO 3D interface with the carrier's logo included in the software in addition to one on the exterior of the device. Other changes we've already known about include support of the faster HSPA 3G network, taking advantage of AT&T's service.

Like the Touch Pro, the Fuze will hide a QWERTY keyboard behind its 2.8-inch, 480x640 touchscreen and run a Windows Mobile 6.1 OS. The quad-band GSM device is expected to sport Bluetooth 2.0 and 802.11b/g Wi-Fi support, with memory expansion coming via a microSDHC slot. The 3.2-megapixel camera will also carry over from the Touch Pro.

DJ Justifier has also revealed the Fuze should ship sometime within the next two weeks and should be available before November 28th, or Black Friday, priced at nearly $350 on a two-year contract with data plan and a $50 mail-in rebate. [via XDA Developers]


Images of production HTC Fuze for AT&T








HTC Touch Diamond user interface








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  1. steeledan

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    data plan

    are you going to be able to buy this phone without having the data plan or is it going to be like the iphone?

  1. abcyesn

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    good phone.

    Just bought a fuze and I'm anxiously awaiting shipment. It was hard to pass up a WM6.1 phone with all the great features. I've never owned a Smartphone before but I do own a Dell Axim X51V, although I unfortunately never get the full features out of the PDA since I can't stand carrying it around with me everywhere. Getting the smartphone will solve that problem and I will actually be able to use one the way it was meant to be used. Now, if only amazon shipped on the weekends....
    I hangout at http://www.HTCFuze.org see ya there.

  1. abcyesn

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    good phone.

    Just bought a fuze and I'm anxiously awaiting shipment. It was hard to pass up a WM6.1 phone with all the great features. I've never owned a Smartphone before but I do own a Dell Axim X51V, although I unfortunately never get the full features out of the PDA since I can't stand carrying it around with me everywhere. Getting the smartphone will solve that problem and I will actually be able to use one the way it was meant to be used. Now, if only amazon shipped on the weekends....
    I hangout at http://www.HTCFuze.org see ya there.

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