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.
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...
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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