The HTC Desire Z (also marketed as T-Mobile G2 in the US) (codenamed HTC Vision) is a smartphone developed by the HTC Corporation that was announced on 15 September 2010 and was released in Europe and Canada in November 2010, following a number of delays related to Google's quality assurance tests. The HTC Desire Z features similar specifications to the HTC Desire and the HTC Desire HD but is a slider. The design of the HTC Desire Z has capacitive face buttons rather than the mechanical ones the HTC Desire features.
According to HTC's Vice President Bjorn Kilburn, the phone is the last Google-Assured QWERTY slider to be manufactured by HTC. Purchase a Htc VisionThe text above came from the HTC Vision article on Wikipedia, licensed under the CC-BY-SA license.
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