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FEATURES: HTC Himalaya aka O2 xda II and T-Mobile MDA II specifications
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 29.09.03 - 13:50:16 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 11650x
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In addition to the previously posted information about the HTC Himalaya built in camera quality (sample photos here) and Carlo's and mine exclusive photos; PPCW.Net recently received some more detailed information and the specifications from the upcoming O2 xda II/T-Mobile MDA II which looks amazing (watch out the standby time) to me:

Hardware Specifications

Processor Intel XScale CPU at 400MHz
Memory
  • ROM: 64MB
  • RAM: 128MB
  • Operating System Windows Mobile 2003 Phone Edition
    Display
  • TFT-LCD 16bit
  • 3.5 inches
  • 240 x 320 pixel at 65,536 colors
  • GSM/GPRS Module
  • GSM900 MHz (Europe, Asia, Africa Oceania)
  • GSM1800 MHz (Europe, Asia, Africa Oceania)
  • GSM1900 MHz (America)
  • Camera Module
  • Color CMOS camera
  • VGA 480 x 640 with JPEG encoder
  • Dimensions (W x H x L) 69.9mm x 130mm x 19mm
    Weight 190g
    Expansion Slots SDIO/MMC
    Connection
  • Infrared SIR
  • I/O port 22-pin for for USB, Serial, and power
  • Audio Stereo headphone jack
  • Bluetooth 1.1 compliant class 2
  • Power Supply
  • Battery: 1200mAh Li-ion removable
  • Backup: 25mAh rechargeable
  • Battery Life
  • Talk-time: ~ 2 - 4 h
  • PDA: ~ 13 h
  • Standby: ~ 150 - 170 h
  • Data retention time: ~ 72 h
  • Seems the Himalaya wont become the best Pocket PC Phone Edition device only but also the greatest Pocket PC in general.

    Optional Backpack
    The optional backpack is an expansion pack for CF cards type I and II and includes a VGA/TV output as well. The CF expansion card is a most popular interface card currently on the market. In addition it can support a VGA/CRT output for a Microsoft Power Point presentation or mirror the LCD display of your device.

    For CF and VGA/TV applications, the Backpack has a built-in extended battery. This extended battery will recharge the main battery when attached. The supported resolution and TV systems is the following:

    • Monitor output : XGA 1024x768, VGA 800x600 and 640x480
    • TV output : 640x480 with PAL and NTSC support

    Can't wait to see it finally released! ;-)

    Cheers ~ Arne