HTC Lancaster Bids Adieu
For reasons unknown, plans for the HTC Lancaster have been scrapped.Â Poised to be one of AT&T’s first handsets to run Android, it’s saying goodbye before we even got to say hello.Â We can’t exactly say we’re heartbroken over it though.Â The screen size was a mere 320×240, which is the very reason we saw Kogan kill off his Agora handset at the 11th hour.
Rest easy AT&T fans – We still have the HTC Fiesta and Heron to look forward to.
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