HTC Merge is the first CDMA Android World Phone from HTC and comes with HTC Sense UI flavor, HTC’s customization of Android. HTC Merge is not a high budget cutting edge technology phone, is rather a mid-range phone which joins the latest rally of HTC’s recent phones announced at the MWC.
The phone features a full QWERTY keyboard which makes the phone a heavy slided one even though it’s not that thick. HTC Merge will come with Android 2.2 Froyo and let’s hope that for the future it will support the 2.3 Gingerbread version. The HTC Merge is not going to bring an upgrade to old Android smartphone users0 because it doesn’t features something new and the specs, if you compared them to the latest additions, are below average. But don’t worry this is going to be a good phone for those who are stepping into a newand wiidespread world of Android smartphones. The display of this phone is big, a 3.8-inch capacitive touchscreen and on the back a normal 5-megapixel camera with shooter will serve your purposes of a general point-and-shoot camera. You can record videos up to 720p with the camera.