HTC, a provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile powered devices, unveiled three smart devices at the 3GSM World Congress Conference and Exhibition. The new devices focus on the features of Microsoft Windows Mobile 5 and 6 to enhance productivity.
The HTC Advantage X7500 is an entire mobile office in a tiny package measuring 133.5mm (L) x 98mm(W) x 16mm(T). Smarter and lighter than the smallest PC notebook on the market, the X7500 supports Microsoft Outlook Mobile for quick access to email, calendar, task and contact functions.
The Advantage is also the first device to feature HTC’s VueFLO navigation technology and detachable keyboard. Stay connected with Tri-Band 3G/ 3.5G (HSDPA) and Quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE).
|The HTC S710 is a compact messaging phone featuring a semi autosliding QWERTY keyboard. The S710 offers bleeding-edge support of Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 which provides new capabilities to view emails in rich HTML format, easier email management through new shortcuts, new calendar views, and chat over Windows Live. The 2.4 inch screen with landscape view makes easy viewing of Microsoft Office Word and Excel documents.|
The HTC P3350 was designed for the music and multimedia fan looking for a slim PDA phone. The HTC P3350 offers a full range of PDA features such as Microsoft Office Mobile for reading and editing Word and Excel documents.
HTC’s Media Hub allows users to play and manage music, watch video tracks/clips, or create ringtones. You can scroll through your music library with the 8-way navigation control featuring HTC’s RollR track ball and wheel. Music capabilities include an FM radio and Microsoft Windows Media Player 10.
The new HTC devices will primarily be available in Europe. Pricing details have not yet been released.