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UNVEILED: Dopod C750 shows its face - an indication for T-Mobile's HTC Juno?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 26.09.07 - 08:59:42 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 16738x
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Not too much is known about this smartphone which is called Dopod C750, except that it looks like the previously rumored HTC Juno which is expected to be released by T-Mobile U.S.. It's running Windows Mobile 6 Standard, this is clear, but, according to the original source, it's also sporting a VGA screen at 480 x 640 pixel (as far as I know it's the first Windows Mobile Standard phone with VGA).
Furthermore it seems confirmed that the slide-out keyboard is this kind of BlackBerry-like "SureType" keypad we have seen on the T-Mobile Juno rendering before:

Quite interesting is the fact that all this is powered by a TI OMAP 850 at 201 MHz (which speaks for a 2.5G device only) only. Furthermore it's expected that the C750 features a 2 megapixel camera, mini USB connector, microSD card slot and stereo speakers. According to sources, the Dopod C750 will be available in November.

Other specs like memory, and a confirmation for supported radios are still in the dust but I hope we will learn more soon.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Edward on 26.09.07 - 12:55:07

Now that's a neat smartphone! Love the keyboard, finally something useful as long as the underlying text software supports it proper.
Hope we will see it announced next week. Saved some bucks as you suggested and I'm ready to spend my money for a news smartphone from HTC or Samsung. Have tried BlackBerry and Nokia S60 so far, maybe now it's the right time for my first Win Mobile phone?

Posted by Voda on 26.09.07 - 13:54:21

Any information which European operator has its hands on it?

Posted by Nightflyer on 26.09.07 - 14:21:02

it's good to see HTC is capable of implementing a VGA screen on a small display. Nice!

I'm just wondering if the processor can handle the resolution. This is kind of weird because everybody says that a VGA display takes more processing power, and they are releasing a VGA phone with a TI @ 200 MHz??? So maybe the processor specs are false.. (?)

Overall it seems like a nice device, I just wished it features WM Professional and a faster processor. We'll see what the 1st October has to offer...

Posted by da dings on 26.09.07 - 22:00:09

does not look like VGA. 200Mhz would not be fast enough for VGA anyway

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