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INTRODUCED: HTC announced 4 new Windows Mobile Pocket PCs and Smartphones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 07.09.06 - 11:10:08 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 16121x
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HTC (High Tech Computer), the world's leading provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile devices, today launched its Q4 product portfolio.
The four new additions to the HTC range are each specifically designed to appeal to new market segments, bringing the benefits of Microsoft's smart mobility to new audiences.
The innovative form factors and new designs showcase the latest mobile applications - from E-Mail to navigation:

  • HTC S620 (HTC Excalibur) - HTC's new, super slim form factor with integrated QWERTY keyboard: perfect for email and messaging
  • HTC P3300 (HTC Artemis) - HTC's first dedicated navigation PDA with in-built GPS and complete with TomTom NAVIGATOR 6 software
  • HTC P3600 (HTC Trinity) - HTC's next generation multimedia compact PDA with 3G connectivity and HSDPA-ready
  • HTC S310 (HTC Oxygen) - a small yet powerful messaging and internet Smartphone for both business and consumer use

The launch of these devices, hot on the heels of the HTC TyTN and HTC MTeoR in June, underpins HTC's continual leadership in innovation and its commitment to extending the reach and appeal of smart devices to encompass both advanced business users and 'first-time' Smartphone and Pocket PC Phone Edition owners. All devices will be available under the HTC brand as well as in customized versions for operator partners.

Florian Seiche, Vice President of HTC Europe commented: "Being able to offer the best customer experience on a dedicated device is extremely important for us - no matter if it is for email, navigation or multimedia focus. This new range of devices will enable both consumer and business users to make their personal choice within the rapidly growing segment of Smart Devices based on the powerful Windows Mobile platform."

"We're thrilled to see HTC expanding its portfolio with the HTC S620, S3300, P3600 and S310 smartphones, which further add to HTC's stellar record of innovation on the Windows Mobile platform," Scott Horn, General Manager, Mobile & Embedded Devices Division, Microsoft Corp. "These devices are defining a whole new category of phones with a range of entertainment and productivity options for business users and consumers. With HTC, we're bringing more choice to Windows Mobile customers in a rapidly growing and increasingly diverse mobile market"

"As a preferred navigation partner for HTC going forward, we can collectively offer customers an easy to use, high performance handheld mobile navigation solution so they need never be lost while on the move again," said Eric Pité, vice president, Product Management at TomTom.

HTC has already lined up leading European mobile operator partners for these new devices. As the first operator T-Mobile will be launching the HTC P3300 as its own customized version - called MDA Compact III - in several European markets.

Since its brand relaunch and strategy change back in summer this year, HTC is growing rapidly in Europe. It has already extended its footprint to include a dedicated local presence in Italy and France, with plans for Germany, Scandinavia, Russia and Spain by the end of the year.

All new HTC Windows Moobile devices will become available across Europe during this fall.

The HTC S310 will retail for around 259 Euro.
The HTC P3300 taster pack will retail for around 499 Euro, the complete set will retail for around 679 Euro.
The HTC S620 will retail for around 399 Euro.
The HTC P3600 will retail for around 599 Euro.

Cheers ~ Arne<

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