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LEAKED: Blurry real live photo of the HTC Excalibur appeared on the web
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 02.08.06 - 15:08:50 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 10601x
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Two days ago, Daniel posted about HTC's latest Windows Mobile Smartphone called "HTC Excalibur". The Excalibur is a Motorola Q look-alike QWERTY Smartphone, featuring quadband GSM and W-LAN and Smartphone Thoughts got anonymously sent a picture of the device.
Today Engadget Mobile has received a real live photo of the same device, even if it is a "little bit blurry" you can definitely see it's the same device and even more interesting, it's sporting a T-Mobile Homescreen:

According to the information, Engadget Mobile received, the Excalibur definitely includes W-LAN as well as this "jog strip". However, the source also mentioned a resolution greater than QGVA.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Alfredo Padilla on 02.08.06 - 19:13:35

I just had to comment on this item because I think I'm in love with this device.  I know the Q and the i320 have been out for awhile now, but the difference is that I trust HTC to make a great windows mobile device, while those two companies are novices and I'm sure will make several mistakes (ie. the Q doesn't have a dedicated delete key and the i320's keys look difficult to use.  I'm very glad that HTC has jumped on this bandwagon, now if only someone would create this exact device with a touchscreen it would be perfect smile.

Thanks Arne!

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