August 21, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
What’s so budget about the HTC Click to make HTC’s upcoming device an “entry-level” Android phone? Take a look at this video, apparently shot in an Asian restaurant judging by the language and noise in the background, and you’ll see not much on the surface. It’s still running the Android operating system, comes with standard smartphone features, and even one-ups the G1 and Magic/myTouch with a 3.5mm audio jack?
One thing you will notice in this video, however, is that the screen size is relatively small when compared to the HTC Magic. But, the material looks sound, the trackball big and comfortable, and we already know the platform is nice. Depending on processing speed and how well it performs, the Click might surprise a few people. The Click is first scheduled to be released by Dopod in China.
[Tinthe via Gizmodo]