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SMARTPHONE: Orange SPV2 aka HTC Voyager to hit Europe in September
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 12.08.03 - 11:19:37 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 5435x
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msmobiles and smartphony.org reports that Orange is close to release the SPV2 as well as they found the specifications on the Orange France website.
According to that page, the SPV2, which is the follower of the HTC Tanager/Orange SPV100 is to be released on 1st of September this year and will - as rumored before - includes Bluetooth and a built-in camera.

According to several other sources the SPV2 (code name Voyager) is expected to look like the SPV100 (code name Tanager) but will have a camera on the backside as well as Bluetooth implemented which is also confirmed by the Orange specs below:

Specifications:

  • Weight: 130 grams
  • Dimensions 120 X 50 X 24 mm
  • Talk-time: up to5 hours
  • Stand-by time: up to 100 hours
  • Screen: TFT
  • Screen colors: 65536
  • Screen resolution: 176x220 pixel
  • MMS : yes
  • T9 : yes
  • GSM: tri-band
  • WAP: yes
  • GPRS: 4+1
  • Bluetooth: yes
  • IrDA: yes
  • Camera: Integrated
  • Java: Yes, V2.0
  • Operating system: Smartphone 2002
  • Release date: September 1, 2003

I wonder if all this is true or if someone within Orange made a mistake to already publish the facts sheet (which seems to be in some areas not correct at all).
So far, no official picture is available, not from HTC nor from Orange.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links : [More Information] Sources: [msmobiles.com] [smartphony.org]


 

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