By Benedict Wee
Gizmodo has reported that HTC's budget Android mobile (formerly known as the HTC Click) has an official name and will henceforth be called the HTC Tattoo. The final design of the mobile has also been shown on the HTC site (Update: It's been taken down); sporting a black matte finish with the Android mascot and the name of the smartphone located at the back.
The Tattoo comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card slot, 3.2MP camera, 512MB ROM and 256MB RAM, GPS, WiFi and 3G connections, FM Radio, Digital Compass and a G-Sensor.
HTC says the phone will be available in Europe come October and will be releasing the phones to other countries in the following months. No price has been reported yet but we're hoping it will be around T-Mobile's Pulse range (180GBP/NZ$433).
(Update: Here's a video of the phone stripped down. Does it mean that it'll come with interchangeable faceplates?)