HTC to sell Touch 3G and Touch HD in Taiwan, G1 to land in China in the first half of 2009?

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While it’s all still hearsay at this point, Digitimes is reporting that China’s Commercial Times newspaper has sources indicating that HTC might begin pushing the G1 in China within the first 6 months of next year.

HTC is also giving their home country of Taiwan a bit of handset love, albeit not in the form of an Android phone. The Touch 3G was just launched there yesterday, and a report out of the Economic Daily News indicates that the drool-worthy Touch HD is on the way by the end of 2008. So, to recap the Touch HD’s global status: Taiwan’s getting it by the end of the year, Europe’s getting it by the end of the week, and the US is getting it by the end of never.

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