HTC Herald is the HTC Hermes/TyTN's Successor

This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here.
This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here.

The latest HTC phone with a slide-out keyboard is the HTC Herald, the successor to the HTC Hermes. The Herald is thinner, at 18mm versus the Hermes' 22mm, but vomits a camera and some processor power to do so. Luckily for us, everything else is the same. The phone still has a 2-megapixel camera, QVGA touch-screen, slide-out keyboard, WiFi and 3G data. You just can't do video-conferencing anymore because of the lack of cameras.

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No other information is available now, but you bet our resident HTC fanboy (me) will update when news hits.

HTC Herald: first photos and detailed lists. SoloPalmari exclusive right. [SoloPalmari via Engadget]

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Bergamot says:

"The Herald is thinner, at 18mm versus the Hermes' 22mm, but vomits a camera and some processor power to do so."

Perhaps you meant "omits" rather than "vomits"?

"Vomits" as in gets rid of it. I can live without the video conferencing. It'd be a nice toy to mess around with but I'd probably never really use it. That sucks about the processor power though.