A new UMA handsets supplier will compete with Nokia, Samsung and RIM in the US market. HTC will create an Unlicensed Mobile Access capable smartphone dubbed Shadow II for T-Mobile USA and it will be released in Q4 this year.
Alo the Taiwan-based High Tech Computer (HTC) will be the first to make UMA handsets which run Windows Mobile and also be a premier for T-Mobile USA.
The Shadow II will come with GSM, allow, of course, users to access the internet, it has microSD memory, Bluetooth 2.0 support and USB. The music player supports various formats as MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA, WAV. A built-in camera remains unknown, but it will probably have one.