Two different reports have emerged basically saying the same thing. Digitimes’ source in Taiwan tells them that HTC’s Lancaster phone for AT&T has been possibly delayed or abandoned because it did not pass AT&T’s validation. On the other hand, Engadget’s source from AT&T chimes in to say that the phone has been cancelled with a speculation that the cancellation had to do with the phone’s QVGA display.
In other related news, though HTC’s market share is on the decline in North America, the launch of new handsets will help to regain it. Couple of handsets to get official in October on AT&T will be Windows Mobile 6.5 based Warhawk (Touch Diamond 2) and Fortress (Touch Pro 2).