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HTC Click gets spied, may bring help push Android to new demos

Updated 4 years ago
Published Jul 21st, 2009 6:49PM EDT

Today has been a hell of a day for info and live shots of unannounced handsets and guess what… The trend continues. Above, we have our first glimpse of the upcoming HTC Click — a handset that definitely doesn’t put the “roid” in Android, but it may open up some new doors for the young OS. We’re seemingly looking at a low to mid-range handset that could potentially be priced well below current Android offerings. As such, Android could find itself falling into the handsets of a completely new demographic; a step that may be necessary if Google’s OS is to substantially increase its market share any time soon. We’ve got nothing right now as far as specs go, save for a touchscreen and an odd pad/click wheel for navigation. Hopefully we’ll get more soon but in the meantime, hit the jump for another shot.

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