Owners of the HTC Snap and Touch Pro2 smartphones in Europe can now download the official Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM for their handsets. Releasing the update for the U.S. models will depend on the repective carriers.
Alltel customers can now get the HTC Snap for just $80. The phone offers the same international roaming capability and is similar in terms of design to Blackberry Tour, and if you're good with Windows Mobile OS, you can very well save $120. It's a good deal, think about it.
The upcoming Telus' version of the HTC Snap is now available at just CAD $29.99 (about $27) on a three-year contract from Best Buy Canada. Think about it: WinMo smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and global roaming capability - that's quite a steal!
BGR has posted some new info on the Verizon version of the HTC Snap, known as the HTC Ozone. It is expected to become available online starting June 29, and should arrive in retail stores on July 13. Basing on some leaked official documents, the handset will be available for $49.99 on a 2-year contract after a $70 mail-in rebate, and will feature:
An official rep from Sprint has confirmed that the company will begin selling the HTC Snap on June 21. This handset was first announced in April, and is now available through Best Buy for the unsubsidized price of $519. Sprint will be selling it for $150 after rebate with new 2-year contract.The HTC Snap comes with a 2Mpix camera with video capture, Bluetooth 2.
The FCC has approved the HTC S522 smartphone, which is now set for a summer release in the U.S. We dodn't know why they didn't call it Snap, but who cares anyway. The HTC S522 is the second North American version of the same phone with first being the the AWS-eenabled Dash 3G model for T-Mobile USA.
HTC Snap, also known as Cedar and Willow got itself another nickname - Ozone, which is how the Verizon version will be called. Considerind that Sprint’s version is already out, it shouldn't take too long for this one to be released. There's no pricing information so far, but here's what we know regarding the phone's featur
Sprint version of the HTC Snap (aka Willow aka Cedar) has appeared on Best Buy’s website, a week prior to its rumored June 7th release date. It will be available for $519 without contract, but expect to see some supsidized ptice points in the nearest future.