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COMPARISON: How does the HTC Excalibur compares to other mobile phones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Sunday, 10.09.06 - 12:40:07 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 21254x
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The soon to be released HTC Excalibur (aka O2 Xda cosmo and HTC S620) is a completely new kind of device for HTC since it's sporting a QWERTY thumb keyboard while it is based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile for Smartphone, not on Windows Mobile for Pocket PC.
Therefore it's not a PDA at all but a mobile phone and competes with standard (Windows Mobile) mobile phones as well as with PDAs.
Bellow you will find comparisons to the i-mate SP5m and HTC MTeoR Windows Mobile Smartphones as well as a comparison to an O2 Xda mini and a Sony Ericsson P800:

So what do you say after you have seen the direct comparison?

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Paul on 11.09.06 - 13:34:59

Useful photo series -- thanks. God, what an ugly phone. Why would anyone buy this aesthetic horror when the Samsung SGH-i600 is almost out?

Posted by clement on 11.09.06 - 16:00:43

agreed with paul, this is definitely one of the ugliest phone 2006, and it's a smartphone, not pocket pc phone.... i'd rather get a treo!

Posted by buz on 11.09.06 - 16:26:21

Nitpick: That is a P900 or 910, not a P800. The P800 was white-blue.

I kinda like the Excalibur look myself, but I'm waiting for the Ubiquio 501

Posted by bnycastro on 12.09.06 - 07:17:50

great photos! I was hoping for a comparison shot with a pack of cigarettes though hehehe [that's what I usually compare gadgets with] anyway it's suprisingly thin, I don't expect the WM Treo GSM version [I think it's the 750 the one without the antenna and miniSD instead of SD] to come out before this though as it seems to me that palm is kinda slow outside the US nowadays.

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