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HTC Touch Viva: the low end Touch

The new HTC Touch Viva is being billed as the “affordable touch phone with the benefits of HTC’s TouchFLO,” and the Touch Viva picks up where the original HTC Touch left off, while moving things downmarket a touch (excuse the pun) for the benefit of the emerging markets.

So the HTC Touch Viva has a screen that remains in the low end with QVGA, a mere 2 megapixel camera, and with a radio that tops out at EDGE speeds.

What the HTC Touch Viva does offer though is a tweaked version of the TouchFLO interface that doesn’t rely on 3D acceleration, 256MB of ROM, GPS, and WiFi. The HTC Touch Viva should become available next month but as yet no price announcement.

Source — Engadget