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UNVEILED: First real HTC Athena Windows Mobile Pocket PC Photos hits the Web
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 20.12.06 - 13:23:33 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12727x
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Okay, now it's getting serious. After my yesterday's posting about HTC's new super Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition, today we got the first real photos, no more renderings as we got it before.
Also it looks like all the specs, I wrote about seems to be confirmed. took it to the extreme and published today 10 high resolution photos and for me it definitely looks like the HTC Athena has the potential to become the 2007 Pocket PC Phone Edition.
Even if it is running Windows Mobile, the device looks way more like a Microsoft UMPC:

So what do you think? Don't forget to check out to see all photos!

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Aura Mae on 20.12.06 - 17:35:10

That link just gets us the original rendering.  Glad you put up the photots you did.  Just wish I could see something next to it for scale.  It does look big sitting all alone!  Can't wait to touch it!

Posted by AlesE on 20.12.06 - 21:14:07

It looks nice and the specs are even better, but I wonder how usefull can such a device be compared to UMPC. My Universal also looks like very capable micro notebook, but it fails to deliver...

Posted by Claus on 21.12.06 - 11:11:39

Brilliant! Hope T-Mobile will get it too! Would be (if the specs turns out to be correct) the right device to replace my MDA Pro! Go for it T-Mobile, PLEASE!!!

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