HTC today launched a new feature aka dumb phone at the CES. Dubbed as Smart, it’s the first phone from the Taiwanese maker to run on a non-smartphone OS. However, its keenness to give more to consumers has let them port the Sense UI to Qualcomm’s Brew Platform, which the Smart runs on. The Smart specifications include a 300MHz processor, 2.8-inch touchscreen display, 3G and quad-band GSM connectivity, Bluetooth, 3MP camera, microSD card slot and 3.5mm audio jack.
HTC has not divulged on the pricing and availability yet but it shouldn’t cost much since its targeted at the masses.