Alltel has launched the CDMA version of the popular HTC Touch Windows Mobile 6 smartphone.
Like other versions of this device, the Alltel Touch incorporates a specialty interface designed by HTC called TouchFLO, which allows the user to more easily control the device and launch applications with a fingertip, rather than a stylus.
Also like the model carried by Sprint, this Touch lacks Wi-Fi, but include a 400 MHz processor.
It doesn’t include a built-in keyboard, but it does have Bluetooth, a 2.0 megapixel camera, and a microSDHC slot.
The Alltel Touch is priced at $200 after a $100 mail-in rebate and contract, and is available immediately on Alltel’s web site.