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UPGRADE: HTC America unveils Windows Mobile 6.1 Upgrade plans
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 02.04.08 - 10:27:41 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 36386x
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Also yesterday, together with the official release of Microsoft's new Windows Mobile 6.1, HTC unveiled which devices will be officially upgradeable. In partnership with Microsoft and key mobile operator partners, HTC will continue to extend the functionality of many current HTC devices both in the United States and abroad by providing Windows Mobile 6.1 updates. Windows Mobile 6.1, an update to Windows Mobile 6, provides new timesaving features, easier phone navigation and management, stronger security safeguards, and support for Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008.

Some of HTC's most popular smartphones including the Touch by HTC and Mogul by HTC from Sprint, AT&T Tilt, Alltel Wireless' HTC Touch and PPC6800 and the HTC TyTN II, will be among the first of many devices available for a Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade.

Supporting existing customers and enhancing their experiences continues to be a focus for HTC; Sprint and HTC recently provided an update for the popular Mogul by HTC, making it the industry's first EV-DO Rev. A-capable handset while also enabling additional GPS functionality.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by heliod on 04.04.08 - 06:15:21

Surprising that the Advantage 7500 and 7501 are not mentioned.

I hope this means they will not be among the first to be updated but are still being considered.....

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