And hence, the almighty FCC has given their nod of approval to the HTC Kaiser. This is a Windows Mobile 6.0-powered smartphone that will probably make its debut on AT&T in the US. According to files from the FCC, the Kaiser will come in three models – the HTC KAIS100, the KAIS110, and the KAIS120. Both the KAIS100 and KAIS120 come with a 3 megapixel camera, although the KAIS110 is missing a camera of any sort (making it the target for business suits where company secrets at the workplace abound). All three models will run on the GSM/HSDPA network and boast WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity in addition to GPS navigation. Pricing details are still unknown, so we’ll just have to stay tuned for more details.
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