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ANNOUNCED: HTC brings the world's thinnest Smartphone to the U.S market
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 14.09.06 - 10:35:33 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 15191x
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Following Alfredo's earlier posting, that the HTC Star Trek is available now from Cingular, HTC (High Tech Computer Corp.) also officially announced the company's most innovative and smallest Smartphone for the U.S. market: the Cingular 3125.
Announced at the fall Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment conference, the Cingular 3125 Smartphone from HTC features the latest Windows Mobile technology, enabling people to access all Mobile Office applications, send and receive push E-Mail, and browse the Internet - all on a device that fits comfortably in a pocket.

As manufacturer of the first color palm-size PC, the first Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC, the first Microsoft Windows Mobile-powered Smartphone and many other leading devices, HTC has a long tradition of designing and building robust, reliable and versatile devices. The Cingular 3125 Smartphone expands on this legacy to offer the latest technology combined with a cutting-edge, super-slim design that brings the power of mobile computing to a fashion-conscious audience.

"We at HTC are extremely pleased with the Cingular 3125 and believe it represents a substantial advance in the Smartphone market," said Todd Achilles, vice president of sales and marketing for HTC America. "Thanks to the combination of a sleek design with the powerful functionality of Windows Mobile 5.0, for the first time the capabilities of a Smartphone do not dictate its form or appeal."

The Cingular 3125 is the HTC's first and thinnest clamshell Windows Mobile 5.0-powered Smartphone to hit the U.S. market and includes the following:

  • · Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0
  • Push E-Mail (direct push technology)
  • Quad-band EDGE/GSM networks
  • Dual high-resolution display
  • 1.3 megapixel camera
  • MP3 player (with dedicated external music buttons)
  • Bluetooth technology
  • 128 MB of ROM, 64 MB of RAM (doubled ROM memory, compared to the original HTC Star Trek which is also on sale as Qtek 8500)
  • microSD slot

The Cingular 3125 is available from now from Cingular.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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