2/14/2007 12:47:00 PM
Three new handsets launched by HTC
HTC launched three new phones at this week’s 3GSM event in Barcelona.
The HTC Advantage (X7500) supports Windows Mobile, and is the first device to feature the manufacturers VueFLO detachable keyboard. It’s HSDPA capable, has a 3 megapixel camera and will be available initially on T-Mobile, sold as the ‘Ameo’.
The HTC S710 will initially be available on Orange as the SPV E650. The handset has a qwerty keyboard, is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled and runs on Windows Mobile 6.
The HTC P3350 is a slim PDA phone with 256MB of internal memory, expandable memory and runs on Windows Mobile 5. It’s being aimed at music and multimedia fans with an FM radio, Microsoft Windows Media Player, Bluetooth and an inbuilt graphic equalizer for sound enhancement all built in. No network specifics have yet been announced regarding the P3350.