expected, HTC Corp. today launched four new devices from its Q4 2007 product
portfolio - the
HTC Shift UMPC, the
HTC S730 Windows Mobile 6 Standard smartphone, the
HTC P6500 Windows Mobile 6 Professional smartphone and the
HTC Touch Dual Windows Mobile 6 Professional smartphone.
This range of devices further cements HTC's position as an innovator, driving
forward the development of devices that meet the needs of business and
Each new handset showcases a tailored range of capabilities to support different
types of users including those focused on cutting edge mobile computing to users
that want powerful, feature-rich mobile messaging.
"We are extremely proud of HTC's reputation as a leading innovator in the
mobility space, providing high-quality products to exceed the needs of our
diverse end-users," said Florian Seiche, vice president, HTC Europe. "This
Q4 line up exemplifies the breadth of HTC's portfolio – setting new
standards with the ground-breaking HTC Shift and extending the choice of
devices that we offer to our business user audience."
"We want customers to be able to do more with their phone. As a leading
supplier of Windows Mobile phones, HTC delivers a wide choice of devices
with familiar Microsoft applications and services," said Scott Horn, general
manager, Microsoft Mobile Communications Business. "We're excited about
these latest additions to HTC's expanding portfolio because customers have
the flexibility of finding the right Windows Mobile phone to suit their
style at work, at home or on the go".
In addition to its new devices, HTC has developed a range of accessories that
are compatible across all HTC devices for consumer's ease of use. These include
the BH M200 (Bluetooth headset), HS U110 (3.5 mm audio adapter and headset), and
the HS S200 (HTC standard stereo wired headset) to enable effective
communications on the move.
Furthermore HTC today also announced an additional color variant and a free,
full-screen virtual keypad download for the original HTC Touch. From October the
HTC Touch will be available in stylish Arctic Silver in addition to the black
version launched in June.
The virtual keypad will be available via download from the HTC website.
Cheers ~ Arne