Velocity 4G

Telstra to Launch HTC Velocity 4G LTE in Australia – Specs

Turning on the heat is the 4G in Australia which will on debut this month and as we come near to get 4G, Telstra in association with HTC has come up with a 4G enabled smartphone. Let us get off from the CES 2012 for a while where we have seen around two dozens of various Android devices, not just the smartphones and tablets PCs and switch to Australia telecom’s big update.

HTC Velocity 4G LTE

HTC Velocity 4G will arrive on Telstra to make it as the first smartphone available for 4G in Australia and hence it gets the tag as ‘Australia’s first 4G smartphone’. With HTC Velocity on Telstra 4G network speeds up everything, it will provide faster downloading speed in flash or the songs download in quick time. With 4G web browsing becomes smoother than before. From the leak specifications of HTC Velocity we have that it will be a dual core processor phone clocked at 1.5 Ghz and having 4.5 inches large Super LCD screen. It will come with 16 GB of internal memory onboard and includes micro SD card slot for expanding the memory. Additionally 8 mega pixel camera can easily shoot 1080p HD videos. This phone appears to be a variant of HTC Raider 4G which was launched in October last year.

It will be shipped with Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread operating system with the customized HTC Sense 3.5 user interface which is best suited for HTC phones. It will come with 1620 mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery. Importantly it will includes the 8 mega pixel camera with 1080p HD video recording capabilities and front facing 2 mega pixel camera.

The following are the brief specifications of the HTC Velocity 4G phones –

  • 4.5 inches qHD Super LCD screen
  • Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread OS
  • 1.5 Ghz dual core processor
  • 8 mega pixel camera on rear side
  • HTC Sense 3.5 user interface
  • Removable 1620 mAh battery
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB on board storage
  • 4G LTE ready device
  • Weights 163 grams approximately

Telstra targets to launch the 4G phone by January end. Telstra is highly likely to maintain the same price for 4G LTE services as with the prevailing 3G services.

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