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PHOTOVIEW: Hands-on Photos of T-Mobile MDA Vario III aka HTC Kaiser
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 11.07.07 - 14:19:48 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 45995x
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Not that I had my quality time today with T-Mobile's latest Windows Mobile smartphone, the T-Mobile MDA Vario III (also known as HTC Kaiser) but today, during a press event here in Munich, I had the chance to get my hands on a pretty final looking device. So what's the T-Mobile MDA Vario III is about? Basically it will replaces T-Mobile's MDA Vario II later this year (planned launch is still September) and since it's based on HTC's Kaiser reference design, most features like Windows Mobile 6 Professional, quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and triband UMTS/HSDPA are already known (T-Mobile again confirmed that the MDA Vario III doesn't includes HSUPA or HSDPA 7.2).
Therefore let us go with some hands-on shots, we've spoken about the device enough already:





Review units aren't available yet but expected for September. Stay tuned for more.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Comments
Posted by Patrick_F. on 11.07.07 - 18:24:15

Ladies and Gentlemen, here you see my next new Pocket PC! Thanx for the photos Arne; I can renew my contract in October and this will be my next gadget!

Posted by Patrick_D on 12.07.07 - 10:11:57

Why oh why does t-mobile such a horrible things to the design of this lovely device. For me, it definitely will be a original Kaiser handset.

Posted by Patrick_F on 12.07.07 - 10:46:36

I like the silver design. What do you dislike?

Posted by Mike_O on 21.07.07 - 19:12:34

Why are the "Y" abd "Z" keys inverted on the qwerty keyboard?

Posted by Arne Hess on 21.07.07 - 19:19:37

Because in Germany it's QWERTZ and the device pictured above was from T-Mobile Germany! wink

Posted by mick on 27.07.07 - 10:44:45

they are inverted because it's a german version. and there the keys are different.

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