HTC Introduces Merge – HTC’s First CDMA Android World Phone

Posted by at 3:57 pm on February 25, 2011

HTC today announced that the new HTC Merge smartphone will be made available through multiple North American carriers beginning in spring 2011. The HTC Merge is HTC’s first Android-based CDMA world phone.

The 3G HTC Merge has a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard, 3.8-inch touch-screen display and a 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash. The phone will sport Android 2.2 with HTC Sense UI.

The HTC Merge smartphone also comes with integrated GPS, Wi-Fi connectivity and ability to capture high-definition 720p video.

The phone will support ActiveSync with Exchange servers for corp and business e-mail. You can keep in touch with friends and family with Flickr, Facebook and Twitter updates through HTC FriendStream.


HTC Merge will be available from multiple North American operators beginning in spring 2011. Pricing and Carriers have not been disclosed.

1 Comment for “HTC Introduces Merge – HTC’s First CDMA Android World Phone”

  1. Dolly E

    So finally, here’s a really nice offering that appears to be going to be released on a broader scale and not just with one elite, highest bidder carrier. May Carlos Slim sit up and take note that while us Net10 users are quite happy with the plans, coverage and other benefits offered, we can’t hold out forever with no cdma smart phones on offer in a world that is moving swiftly in the direction of data and smart phone offerings! Here’s a phone that could really move them up a number of notches on the prepaid ladder!

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