Monday, June 26, 2006

The first Windows Mobile 5.0 phones with 3G/W-CDMA released by HTC!

MTeoR (left) and TyTN are the new mobile phones released by HTC under its own brand name. MTeoR is the 3G smartphone version and TyTN is the Windows Mobile Pocket PC.

Although HTC (High Tech Computer Corp) is an old timer in mobile phone manufacturing business, it used to manufacture mobile phones for other brands, rather than its own. HTC entered the PDA market with its popular O2 model PDAs. MTeoR and TyTN are the first phones to be released under the HTC brand name.

With these phones, HTC claims to have made the first Windows Mobile 5.0 phones with 3G/W-CDMA.

Both the models will start shipping in July 2006.

Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corp. said at the product launch: “We have a rich heritage of innovation and aim for our products to continue being the devices of choice on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform. Our operator and OEM strategy remains key to this success, and we are committed to further strengthening our partner relationships by providing customised and differentiated offerings.”

The HTC MTeoR, the world’s first 3G Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone, is a stylish, slim-line, candy bar device. It may be small, just 112.4 x 49 x 14.8mm and weighing a mere 120g, but this neat device is a powerful and “smart” phone. The HTC MTeoR features Windows Mobile 5.0 Direct Push technology for immediate synchronization of email, calendar and notes plus document viewers for PDF, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. It’s the ideal choice for busy people on the road who only want to carry one small device. MTeoR has a 2.2” TFT LCD screen and a built-in 1.3 megapixel camera.

Designed with easy messaging in mind, TyTN features Direct Push email technology available with Windows Mobile 5.0, internet browsing, synchronization with Microsoft Outlook Calendar, Contacts and email, and the ability to work on applications in the Microsoft Office suite such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and viewing PDF documents. TyTN comes equipped with a 2.8” colour display with touch-screen. It also features a jog wheel for easy, one-hand operation. The image below shows the TyTN.


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