HTC releases new smartphones

Posted on Sunday, Sep 10 2006 @ 09:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Earlier this week HTC released four new smart devices: the HTC P3300, HTC S620, HTC P3600 and HTC S310:
The four smart devices include the HTC P3300 (codenamed Artemis), the company's first GPS-enabled PDA phone which features the latest TomTom navigation software, Navigator 6, the company said in a press release.

The other three are the super slim-form factor HTC S620 (codenamed Excalibur), the HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access)-ready HTC P3600 (codenamed Trinity) and the HTC S310 (codenamed Oxygen) for the entry- to mid-range segments.

The quad-band HTC S620, which features a QWERY keyboard, weighs only 130g with a battery and measures just 12.8mm thick, will compete with the Moto Q-series handsets from Motorola and the i320N from Samsung Electronics, according to market sources.
More details over here.

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