Sprint today rolled out across its cellular network the HTC Mogul. This new handset marks the first CDMA device in the U.S. with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition and will also be the Sprint mobile that will support EV-DO Rev. A via an upcoming software update.
The HTC Mogul, with its slide-out keyboard design, sports a large touch screen with a five-way navigation button. Sprint says this handset gets 20 percent more battery life than its predecessor the PPC-6700. It has 256MB of internal memory, expandable via a microSD memory card. Also built into the mobile is a thumbwheel for one-handed operation and a two-megapixel digital camera with camcorder capabilities.
As a Windows Mobile device, the HTC Mogul sports all the usual bells and whistles including media playback and support for Office operations. Beyond this you’ll also find wireless Internet support, Bluetooth, support for Java applications and a built-in speakerphone.