Looks like HTC is finally shipping the Shift, at least in Europe. Word is it is now available in Europe for 1119 euros. It also comes with the new Origami Experience 2.0 included and from what I’m reading still only 2 hours of battery life.
Now, when is it going to head to this side of the pond?
Via Gear Diary
And in other HTC news, HTC has released an updated version of the Advantage that includes double the memory (16GB vs 8GB), and improved keyboard with that now uses haptic technology, and TouchFlo software for enhancing the touchscreen usability.
This is all being announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona where I’m sure we’ll see much more news popping out today.
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