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ANNOUNCED: Vodafone Germany to release the HTC Trinity as VPA compact GPS
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 22.01.07 - 10:24:54 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 14811x
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Vodafone Germany's online shop preview unveiled that the German carrier will launch the HTC Trinity (also known as HTC P3600) as VPA compact GPS soon.
As you can see on the name affix "GPS", the Trinity definitely supports GPS which makes it the first 3G enabled Windows Mobile navigation device.
Other features of the HTC Trinity are Windows Mobile 5.0, quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 3G UMTS/HSDPA as well as W-LAN and Bluetooth and a 2.0 megapixel camera.

Vodafone Germany neither announced a price nor an estimated release date yet but it shouldn't take too long anymore.
Please be aware, that Vodafone Germany will ship this device with German user interface, so it doesn't makes sense to order it if you don't speak German. Nevertheless, chances are good that the VPA compact GPS will be launched in other Vodafone countries as well.

Cheers ~Arne

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Posted by NLS on 03.02.07 - 17:41:08

How come and there is no mention in the site that Dopod already HAS a beta with active GPS for Trinity?

Many people I know have installed it (unfortunately needs to CID-unlock the device first to allow for any ROM to be used) and works fine.

This news alone has made me rethink of retiring (ok not really, but not having it with me all the time) my old GREAT LOOX720 (for which I use CF GPS although I also have bt GPS, which I hate) and get Trinity that has almost everything after all (and I would sacrifice my VGA for it).

(if only XDA Flame had GPS it would be the ultimate - sorry for the off-topic)

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