HTC Libra To Support EVDO Rev. A
Sep 13, 2006, 8:34 PM by (staff)
At the CTIA show in LA this week, a new Windows Mobile device from HTC was revealed and HTC executives confirmed several key details about the device. The phone, code-named Libra has both a traditional numeric keypad and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The phone is significantly smaller than current HTC devices with a slide-out keyboard; it is closer in size to a typical bar-style feature phone. The QWERTY keyboard has only three rows of keys, to accommodate the smaller device size. The Libra will be available in a CDMA version in Q1 next year, with support for EVDO Revision A high-speed data. A GSM version is also planned for next year. Although revealed at the UTStarcom booth, the phone is expected to be distributed by HTC and branded by carriers.
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Touch Screen ?
All signs point to Sprint!
UTStarcom 5800 comming Alltel
Does anyone have any release updates for this PDA
I make no claims of the veracity, I am simply passing on gossip. T...
sounds good but.......
- Windows Mobile Hybrid Edition (PDA and Smartphone combined)
What I'm curious about is how Palm is going to handle HTC's threat to it's Treo market, because I think that HTC makes much, much better products than Palm! ! !
Would be an awesome phone if it also had WiFI
Change of colors or the way each folder looks or even the animations of switching between folders..
Basicly the menus and functions are all the same just look and act differnt..
You notice this ext...
I so hope that...
All these are hopes of mine. But only time will tell.
Are you kidding when you say thin?
When HTC starts making full PPC phones that are more like the http://www.expansys.com/product.asp?code=1399 77 I'll take interest.
Two things that would make this review great - the dimensions of the phone and if some tested to find out if HTC has actually improved the quality of their crappy BT units. Read through pdaphonehome - find out how many people are pissed about the BT in all the HTC products.
Sounds good, anyone know any Titan details?