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REVEALED: Another HTC Roadmap hits the web
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 21.06.07 - 19:12:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 20464x
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I have no clue where all the HTC and Dopod roadmaps come from, which hits the web nearly monthly, but this time another one showes up which includes some interesting devices I haven't heard about before. Like the HTC Iris/HTC S640 (a CDMA Windows Mobile 6 Standard smartphone), the HTC Vogue (the CDMA version of the HTC Elf/HTC Touch featuring CDMA 1x-EVDO Rev. A), the HTC Nike/P5500 (HSDPA/GSM Windows Mobile 6 Professional slider smartphone), the HTC Volans (basically the HSDPA version of the HTC Vox/HTC S710), the HTC Polaris (basically the HSDPA version of the HTC Artimis/HTC P3300) or the HTC Shangri-La/HTC X9500 (a mix of the HTC Advantage and the HTC Shift with Microsoft Windows Vista and WM6 Professional, 30/40 GB HDD and HSDPA/GSM):

Not sure how valid the information is but all the devices above can be found in a PDF, CTI Miami's Blog published.

Definitely the highlight is the HTC Shangri-La/HTC X 9500, even if I'm not sure how this dual-mode OS should work.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Mike on 22.06.07 - 10:29:37

The Kaiser with only 64 MB RAM and USB 1.1? That's bad news if it's true sad

Posted by AlesE on 22.06.07 - 20:37:18

As far as I'm concerned the only interesting phone device is Polaris with VGA screen.

As for Shangri La - I don't believe it's going to be one device and if it is one device then I really don't understand it's purpose.

Posted by vonleu on 23.06.07 - 21:36:32

I think this X8500 (Shangri-La) will be in 2 versions ;

1.As a pure Windows Mobile 6 device  (longer battery)

2.As a Vista UMPC device

For my opinion it is a very nice device.

Posted by SecureGSM on 25.06.07 - 10:25:50

I would take this roadmap with grain of salt. Too many inconsistencies in specs. Without going too deeply into techical details, it doesn't look like real roadmap.

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