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This article was published on October 18, 2010

HTC Gratia Unveiled, Gets November European Launch

HTC Gratia Unveiled, Gets November European Launch
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HTC has unveiled its newest Android smartphone, the HTC Gratia, a sleek and elegant handset that will be the European equivalent of the HTC Aria.

The Gratia is a tad over four inches in length and will pack a 600MHz Qualcomm processor, 384MB RAM  (512 ROM), a 5MP camera, 3.2-inch touchscreen, dualband 900/2100 HSPA/WCDMA and will be relatively light (weighing around 4 ounces). The handset will be powered by Android 2.2 and will include HTC’s Sense UI as standard.

Florian Seiche, President of HTC Europe, Middle East and Africa said:

“HTC Gratia offers something completely different. Its compact size, beautiful design and power with Android 2.2, combined with its personalised experience through HTC Sense, is uniquely compelling. We can’t wait to bring HTC Gratia to our customers in Europe.”

HTC are coy on a release date but state the device will be available as of November, there is no word on pricing for this desirable little device.