FCC Reveals HTC Herald for T-Mobile
Apr 23, 2007, 6:57 PM by (staff)
Documents appeared on the FCC web site today showing a version of the HTC Herald branded for T-Mobile USA. The Herald - officially called the P4350 by HTC - is a successor to the MDA currently offered by T-Mobile. Notable improvements include a thinner body, spring-assisted slide, and 2 megapixel camera. Although the European version launched with Windows Mobile 5, the user manual submitted to the FCC for the T-Mobile version clearly shows Windows Mobile 6. Like the MDA, the new model features a touchscreen with stylus, quad-band GSM with EDGE, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. The photos show two potential color schemes: one in blue/purple, and another in all black.
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EDGE? What's EDGE?
BTW, are there any devices announced yet that take advantage of the fabulously-designed T-Mobile 3G UMTS multi-frequency service that works nowhere else in the world except the US?
...the fabulously-designed T-Mobile 3G UMTS multi-frequency service that works nowhere else in the world except the US?
It has nothing to do with how it was designed. T-Mobile didn't have a choice; the 1700 band is all the FC...
Actual: Three months later than that.
Sweet Device BUT !
Well this is a BEAUTIFUL device....I ran out and purchased the MDA, the 2nd day, after it was made available.
LARGE HORIZONTAL KEYBOARD, PERFECT FOR LONG EMAILS OR TEXT MESSAGING.
Windows Software- I'm old and have no desire to learn another software application, different from the Windows format I've become so familiar with as part of my employment use.
* This phone is basically a hand held laptop. From Excel to Word or Outlook, it performs as well as my laptop ( I love the infa-red sync feature, where I can enter information on my laptop and it magically appears on my MDA, just as I entered it into the laptop ).
T Mobile provides excellent phone service, reception/ phone coverage/voice clarity etc.
I LOVE TH...
If you use POP, you can use an Exchange ser...
is it HTC Atlas?
HTC Atlas, not Herald
It may be some kind of code name at either HTC or T-Mobile, but AFAIK the "official" code name for this HTC device is th...
I'm Actually Almost Jeleous of T-Mobile, for Once