But there's a whole lot more surprises coming from HTC. The reason we're mentioning this is due to the annoucement of the T-Mobile G1 by HTC, which won't be landing on our shores anytime soon. Being the first device that supports the open-source Google Android operating system, there's a whole lot of expectations riding on the G1. We do have some misgivings on the aesthetic nature of the G1 based on what we've been seeing on the web, but appearances can be deceiving. In a market saturated with both Windows Mobile and the Symbian platform, it'll be something refreshing for consumers to have an alternative choice when it comes to mobile device OSes. We know some of you might be wondering how the G1 looks like, so here's an image as taken from the HTC website to give you a better idea.
And that's it for our preview of the HTC Touch HD and Touch 3G. We'll be leaving you with a parting shot of the HTC Touch Diamond and the HTC Touch Pro, both of which are currently available at retail stores, which will soon be followed by the upcoming HTC Touch 3G and HTC Touch HD by the end of 2008. Check back with www.hardwarezone.com regularly as we follow the trail of both the Touch HD and Touch 3G when both devices make its inaugural appearance on the sunny island of Singapore.