Shown off in the video below at the CTIA are the HTC Smart, HTC HD2, HTC HD Mini and their latest Android based relatives HTC Legend and HTC Desire.
Interestingly Eric Lin revealed HTC’s new collection have been designed by One and Co, the design company HTC bought recently and who designed the iconic HTC Touch Diamond.
While in the middle of reviewing our recently received Arena, we came across this video of the GD900 which was demoed at the CTIA last week. Some of you may already be aware that the keypad isn’t actually “crystal”, but what we just learnt as well was that the transparent keypad also acts as a touchpad for typing, recognising gesture input and controlling the new S Class user interface. So not only is the LG GD900 going to be the world’s first transparent keypad mobile but dare I say also one with a touch sensitive keypad that doubles up as a secondary input component?
Another bit of something from the CTIA, this time this video is from MyPre, one of the sister sites of SlashGear. The Sprint Navigation app featured on the Palm Pre below is similar to the carrier’s TeleNav-powered navigation often seen on devices like the Samsung Instinct.
Check out the video after the jump…