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UNVEILED: HTC announces the HTC Touch Windows Mobile 6 Professional Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 05.06.07 - 13:24:47 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 17774x
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As expected, today HTC Corp. (High Tech Computer) announced the global launch of the HTC Touch (previously known as HTC Elf), a deceptively small and stylish mobile phone that ushers in an innovative new concept in intuitive touch screen navigation. The HTC Touch brings a new level of simplicity to the powerful and function-rich device experience that today's mobile consumers demand.
The HTC Touch represents extensive research and development and the conviction that fingertip control will enable more efficient, natural and intuitive touch screen navigation. The groundbreaking HTC Touch offers a new and unique way of controlling touch screen-based devices by recognizing and responding to the sweep of a finger across the screen. It is even intelligent enough to distinguish between finger and stylus input and then respond accordingly.

"With the HTC Touch, access to your most commonly used content, contacts and features is only a simple finger flick away," said Peter Chou, chief executive officer of HTC. "Mobile phone makers have done a great job of cramming ever-more exciting features into ever-smaller phones. But the way in which one accesses these increasingly sophisticated features has not kept pace. That ends today with the HTC Touch."

Smart, stylish and versatile, the HTC Touch brings together a wide variety of communication, entertainment and professional capabilities that enable mobile consumers to balance work and play. The new HTC-designed homescreen provides one-touch access to emails, text messages, calendar appointments and contacts, as well as current weather conditions and forecasts for hundreds of cities around the world.

The HTC Touch is the first device to feature TouchFLO, the new underlying touch screen technology developed by HTC. Consumers simply sweep their finger up the display to launch an animated, three-dimensional interface comprising three screens: Contacts, Media and Applications. The interface can be spun by swiping a finger right or left across the display, providing efficient access to the features consumers use most. TouchFLO also enhances finger touch scrolling and browsing of Web pages, documents, messages and contact lists.

Leveraging the broad functionality of Windows Mobile 6 Professional, the HTC Touch includes Outlook Mobile, Office Mobile, Windows Live and the capabilities to run thousands of third-party applications. Users can surf the web with Internet Explorer, send and receive emails, chat on Messenger and send files to their own web space through Windows Live. Other HTC Touch details include:

  • Windows Mobile 6 Professional
  • Triband GSM/GPRS/EDGE
  • Wi-Fi b/g
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • 2.0 megapixel CMOS camera
  • Dimensions: 99.9mm x 58mm x 13.9mm
  • Weight: 112g with battery
  • 64 MB RAM, 128 MB ROM (1GB microSD storage card included)
  • 2.8'' TouchFlo LCD screen with backlight, 240 x 320 dots resolution with 65,536 colors
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion battery with a capacity of 1100 mAh
  • Standby time up to 200 hours / Talk time up to 5 hours
  • • Choice of two colors at launch - elegant soft black or alluring wasabi green

The HTC Touch is now available in the United Kingdom and will be released later this month in Asia and throughout Europe. The North and Latin American version of the HTC Touch will be available in the second half of 2007.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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