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Somebody's tracked down HTC's new Tattoo handset and managed to unceremoniously strip it off its faceplates on video, providing our first real look at the hardware \"IRL.\" It looks good, but not too good -- certainly not out of the league of HTC's other Android handsets. Sadly, the clip doesn't show

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Somebody's tracked down HTC's new Tattoo handset and managed to unceremoniously strip it off its faceplates on video, providing our first real look at the hardware \"IRL.\" It looks good, but not too good -- certainly not out of the league of HTC's other Android handsets. Sadly, the clip doesn't show

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This one sure took awhile but the oft leaked HTC Click has been renamed and kicked out the door as the Tattoo. While HTC is light on specs with the press release, we know it has a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, 3.5-mm headset jack, and microSD expansion. And besides being small and compact, the Ta

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Looks like Vietnam is the new place to be for early device leaks. A place where gadget-nerds are rapidly evolving extra digits to master their surplus of hi-tech gear -- lucky bastages. As followup to its GSM-flavored Palm Pre scoop, site Tinh Te is once again showing off the HTC Click only this ti

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Looks like Vietnam is the new place to be for early device leaks. A place where gadget-nerds are rapidly evolving extra digits to master their surplus of hi-tech gear -- lucky bastages. As followup to its GSM-flavored Palm Pre scoop, site Tinh Te is once again showing off the HTC Click only this ti

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HTC has been on a global Android-pimping mission with its Hero device, and it looks like Chinese subsidiary Dopod gets the honor of announcing three new handsets for the Middle Kingdom. Unlike others, the Hero retains its WiFi capabilities by playing nice with China's custom WLAN security protocol

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HTC has been on a global Android-pimping mission with its Hero device, and it looks like Chinese subsidiary Dopod gets the honor of announcing three new handsets for the Middle Kingdom. Unlike others, the Hero retains its WiFi capabilities by playing nice with China's custom WLAN security protocol

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Dare we call this new shot of HTC's alleged Click almost... artistic? It's a great picture, almost ripe for an official press release -- but as far as we can tell, there's nothing official about it. The phone, which is said to be bringing Android to a new, cheaper target demo the same way the Touch

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Not satisfied with your Android selection? Looking for something a little easier on the pocketbook, perhaps? Well, that's cool, partner -- look no further than the HTC Click. This thing hasn't been announced, but rumors have been swirling for a few days now that the Click would be taking HTC's Andr

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Not satisfied with your Android selection? Looking for something a little easier on the pocketbook, perhaps? Well, that's cool, partner -- look no further than the HTC Click. This thing hasn't been announced, but rumors have been swirling for a few days now that the Click would be taking HTC's Andr

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