No, the HTC Omega is not a mash up between phone manufacturer HTC as well as watch maker Omega – instead, the HTC Omega has been rumored to be a Windows Phone-powered handset that has long remained a paper phone – at least until today, where its first batch of press photos have emerged.
The HTC Omega will feature HTC’s standard two-toned design (which seems to be in vogue this time around), coming in white as well as gray, alongside a front-facing camera just in case you love to make video calls over your handset. While a front-facing camera is old hat, this surely jives with word that Microsoft confirmed over at Tech Ed in New Zealand, that Windows Phone Mango will offer support for front-facing cameras.
If you’re thinking of jumping aboard the Windows Phone Mango bandwagon, then the HTC Omega seems to be a pretty safe bet. Might as well start saving up for this so that you can be an early adopter.
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