HTC releases WiMAX handset

HTC is releasing a Windows Mobile handset in Russia that will work on GSM and WiMAX networks. Russian network operator Scartel will begin selling the HTC Max 4G on Nov. 26. The device will enable voice calls on any GSM network and will switch automatically to VoIP on Scartel's WiMAX network.

Yota's WiMAX network will also allow subscribers to download and watch videos on the large, 3.8-inch touchscreen on the handset. The device can also display up to nine television channels simultaneously, carries a 5-megapixel camera for digital photos and a secondary camera for video calling.

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