NTT DoCoMo has chosen June 7 to launch its Android-powered HTC HT-03A handset accompanied by a plan, where one will be able to access a gaggle of Google services including Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and Picasa. Not only that, users can also access the Street View function in Google Maps, where the images ought to match the direction you’re currently facing courtesy of the integrated geomagnetic sensor within. Other features in the HTC HT-03A include i-mode and the use of a mobile wallet, if the translated page serves our understanding corerctly. We do know you can connect in a variety of ways including Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and FOMA high-speed.
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