By Brandon Miniman | May 23, 2010 2:40 PM
Although it may seem far away, the holiday shopping season is just around the corner, and you can bet on HTC having an arsenal of new products with which to entice us. We’re already starting to hear of a new wave of HTC devices.
First, the HTC Vision may finally be the Android device that those that like hardware keyboards have been waiting for (think Touch Pro2 form factor, but hopefully thinner). According to Engadget, the Vision would sport a WVGA display with a keyboard. That resolution translates into a larger screen, so it’s likely to come with a slide-out keyboard and not a front-facing one.
Little is known about the Glacier and LED, except that their names exist for potential upcoming HTC products.
And finally, WMPU is reporting that the Hengshan will be a slate device with HVGA resolution, and the Huashan will take on a similar form factor but with a larger WVGA screen. These two devices are listed as having Internet Explorer 6, which implies that they are running Windows Mobile, but we’re pretty sure that following the release of the HTC HD Mini, HTC will be focusing on Windows Phone 7, and not Windows Mobile.