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ANNOUNCED: HTC unveiled the HTC P6300 Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 28.06.07 - 14:13:30 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12411x
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So far known as the O2 Xda Argon only, today HTC announced the launch of the HTC P6300 (code named HTC Panda), a powerful PDA phone designed for today's demanding mobile enterprise environments. Sporting an over-size 3.5" QVGA touch screen, the HTC P6300 features a 400 MHz CPU, Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC Phone Edition, triband GSM/GPRS, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 and IrDA for truly connected data centric uses. The 1580 mAh battery should provide a talk-time of up to 8 hours.
Last but not least, the P6300 sports a 2 megapixel camera 256 MB of ROM which can be extended by SD card. In addition, the card slot is SDIO-compatible which means it can be used for accessories and peripherals as well.

The P6300 is the perfect tool for customer and service-driven environments. You can manage and develop applications with the robust Windows Mobile 5 operating system, edit and view Microsoft Office documents, go online and manage emails with ease.

From warehousing and fleet management to custom applications, the P6300 has the power, memory and functionality to be a top performer in your mobile business. View images, media and data with complete clarity on the sharp 3.5-inch intuitive full-color touch screen. Communicate with colleagues and customers globally and integrate seamlessly with existing IT systems. Improve your productivity with rapid processing, ample data storage and scale up memory.

A price or release date wasn't announced today.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Petter on 29.06.07 - 13:22:57

Why on earth are they launching a device based on Windows Mobile 5 now that 6 is available? Have you got any answers for that?

Posted by Arne Hess on 29.06.07 - 14:46:42

The only answer I have is, that the P6300 is addressing the corporate market (to replace the outdated HTC Alpine).
The corporate market isn't looking for the latest and greatest OS versions but needs an upgrade path to make sure self-developed applications also works with the next OS and device version. Therefore it definitely makes sense to use Windows Mobile 5.0 instead of Windows Mobile 6.
On the other hand, great corporate features like Exchange 2007 support are left. So it's definitely a trade-off and I think offering the P6300 with both OS versions, Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6, where the customer can select from, would makes more sense in this vertical market approach.

But who knows - just my 2 Cents for the weekend...

Posted by Movero Technology on 05.07.07 - 18:50:09

We feel this only shows how popular mobility within the workforce is becoming, new devices are being announced all the time and the technology is advancing just as fast. We here at Movero Technology are helping the companies the have/want a mobile workforce manage the process. Managing a mobile workforce is very difficult and IT managers struggle to keep up, especially when new products such as this come out. Employees want the device and companies want to be able to use new applications on the device. Movero provides enterprise wireless management that simplifies the acquisition, deployment and the ongoing management of cellular voice and data access for the companies. <a href="http://www.moverotech.com">Movero Technology</a>

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