As of April 30th the HTC Touch—dubbed the XV6900 by Verizon Wireless—will be available on store shelves. We originally heard that the white touch-screen smart phone would be available when we were at CTIA in Las Vegas, but we wanted to refresh you on the specs: Windows Mobile 6 Professional with custom HTC UI EV-DO data connection Bluetooth v2.0 with stereo support microSD slot for up to 8GB of additional storage 256MB ROM/128MB RAM 2.8” TFT-LCD touch-screen with LED Backlight, 240 x 320 resolution 3.98 x 2.34 x 0.56 inches Talk time/Standby: 210/250 As you can see, the phone is nearly identical to Sprint’s HTC Touch, but this time around it has a white paint job. You can grab it for $349 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Verizon Wireless says that an additional $100 will be applied toward the XV6900 if you qualify for a voice and data plan. Not only is the Touch late to the party, it doesn’t rock Windows Mobile 6.1, and unlike the identically priced Sprint version, this device doesn’t support video streaming or over-the-air music downloads. Personally, I’m more keen on the unlocked HTC Touch Dual, which should be coming soon.