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REVEALED: T-Mobile Germany to launch the MDA Vario III within the next months
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 19.06.07 - 18:27:55 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 17835x
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Not yet announced, in a press release T-Mobile sent out today, the German number one GSM and UMTS carrier unveiled, that its going to launch a HSDPA 3.6-enabled MDA which was called "MDA Vario III" later this year.
While it can be speculated only though it seems reasonable to expect that the MDA Vario III is HTC's Kaiser since the HTC Kaiser is the only yet known follower of of the HTC Hermes (MDA Vario II) an HTC Wizard (MDA Vario), supporting both - HSDPA 3.6 as well as today's announced rollout of HSUPA. Therefore it's most likely that T-Mobile is introducing the HTC Kaiser later this year as T-Mobile MDA Vario III:

T-Mobile Germany declined to comment on the MDA Vario III launch yet but I expect an announcement during IFA in Berlin, end of August.

Cheers ~ Arne


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Posted by Marc M. on 20.06.07 - 10:02:59

Hopefully also O2 will launch it. My contract with O2 ends in November and this would be the perfect upgrade from my Wizard. Do you have any news?
E-Plus would be also good because of its Base flat rate! Marc

Posted by Arne Hess on 20.06.07 - 12:16:47

Thanks for your comment. No further comments given yet. Neither from HTC nor from any other operator. Please note that it is my speculation (even if it seems the most valid one) that the MDA Vario III is the HTC Kaiser but it's not confirmed yet.
I have no further information yet, which other devices O2 or E-Plus (and Vodafone) have in development at the moment.

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