It seems that last weekâ€™s HTC Click rumor has now turned into the very official HTC Tattoo â€” at least, the handsets look remarkably similar (click the image below for a closer look).
The Tattoo is an Android-based cellphone thatâ€™s designed for mass appeal and should be highly customisable.
It runs with HTCâ€™s own â€œSenseâ€ system â€” the second of the companyâ€™s phones to do so â€” offering simple but powerful personalisation.
As youâ€™d expect for a phone (though the concept does seem to be lost on some manufacturers at present) communication is key, and the â€œStay Closeâ€ mantra means that voice calls, emails, texts, social networking status updates and photos are all placed in a consolidated view, making it easy to create and maintain those important connections.
As youâ€™d expect on an Android phone, the HTC Tattoo includes a range of Googleâ€™s services including Maps, Mail, search, and the Android market for purchasing and downloading a range of applications and games.
Thereâ€™s also a reasonable 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus, standard 3.5mm stereo jack and microSD memory for additional storage.
Available in Europe from October, and elsewhere in the following few months, pricing to be confirmed.