Most of Smartphones which we have noticed from HTC are GSM Smartphones. But What about CDMA Users? So caring for the CDMA Users, HTC has introduced a CDMA Phone known as HTC Merge. If you would like to check out other HTC Phones, Check Here : HTC Repository
HTC merge is an Android based 3G smartphone that promises a good , advanced and innovative features offering you outstanding performance and quality fun. This Android communicator gets you fast and easy experience of internet, direct accessibility to SNS, Google services and other web apps. It has got well-qualified sophistication like 5 MP camera, memory card acceptance, advanced connectivity and messaging features, good battery life, obvious and loud music including other basic features. HTC Merge is CDMA Android Smartphone, and it is known to be as “World Phone”.
What is World Phone?
It means the phone has a SIM card slot which can be used for GSM service. Because the Verizon and Sprint don’t use SIM card for their services so this extra SIM slot help to use other SIM service so the phone will be usable in overseas. The price of HTC Merge would be around 35000 INR.
Features and Specifications of HTC Merge
- 3.7-Inches Capacitive Touchscreen
- 800MHz processor, MSM7630 chipset
- Android 2.2 OS (Froyo)
- Slider in Design
- Full Slide-out QWERTY Keyboard
- HTC Sense UI v1.6
- 363 MB of RAM
- 5 MP Camera with LED Flash
- HD Video Recording @ 720p
- Internal Memory: 4GB
- MicroSD Card Support upto 32GB
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g,DLNA
- Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP
- FM Radio with RDS Support
Pros and Cons of HTC Merge
Pros of HTC Merge
- A ‘World Phone’
- Android v2.2 Froyo OS headed to Verizon
- Easy accessibility to SNS
Cons of HTC Merge
- No Dual SIM
- High Price Tag
The price of HTC Merge is around 35000 INR or US $795.
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