The FCC has just given their collective nod of approval to the Rhodium, a variant of the HTC Touch Pro2, where the handset will be available from T-Mobile. The FCC documents point toward a device that supports T-Mobile’s 1700MHz 3G band, alongside EDGE and GSM. According to HTC, this handset will be “broadly available” in most areas, where late spring will see the debut of it. The Rhodium comes with a revamped design, a tilting keyboard and a more generous 3.6″ display with 480 x 800 resolution. It will be powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 (we wonder whether a Windows Mobile 6.5 update will be made available in the near future) alongside HTC’s very own TouchFLO interface. No idea on pricing, but we do know the Rhodium will come with GPS navigation, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and a 3.2-megapixel camera.RELATED
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