Apparently, the first Hummer phone HT1 was a success (more than 50,000 phones were sold) and ModeLabs is now launching the second one. Unlike the original device which had the slider form factor, the HT2 is a candybar-shaped device, thus it targets those that like the Hummer brand but dislike sliders.
While reflecting the spirit of the brand, the new mobile is fully multimedia and can be used in any situation. The HT2 has up to 500 hours of autonomy in stand-by mode, is quad-band (enabling network access in more than 200 countries) and features Dual-SIM (two lines in a single mobile), a built-in modem, e-mail and a webcam.
As for the availability, Russians can already buy the HT2 while those living in Latin America will have to wait for the end of the second quarter. Other markets will follow soon after, I guess.