We're not likely to see this in the U.S. anytime soon, but the HTC Iolite is headed to O2 in Germany as the XDA Guide, with a pretty big focus on navigation (natch), but no major surprises.
What's under the Diamond-esque hood:
- Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional.
- Qualcomm 7225 processor at 528 MHz.
- Quad-band EDGE/dual-band HSPA.
- Bluetooth 2.0 w/EDR.
- WiFi b/g.
- 256MB RAM/512MB ROM.
Missing from the OS is TouchFLO 3D, with the phone instead sporting the less intensive TouchFLO 2D. Making up for that, however, is the "Footprints" button, which lets you take photos directly from the TouchFLO interface. If GPS is available, location information can be tagged to the photo, as can some comments. TomTom navigation software also is on board and has a dedicated hardware button.
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