Sprint Launches Window Mobile 5 EV-DO Phone
Sep 16, 2005, 12:36 PM by (staff)
Sprint today launched the first Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC phone in the US. The PPC-6700, also known as the HTC Apache, features a QVGA touch screen LCD, a 1.3 Megapixel camera, Mini SD card slot, and a keyboard that slides out horizontally - change the screen's orientation to landscape. The PPC-6700 has both EV-DO high speed cellular data and Wi-Fi for higher speeds at hotspots. The phone is currently available to business customers for $565 with a one year contract or $480 with a two year commitment.
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wow, what great looking phones!
its like the girl in freshman dorm 6th floor with the clap.. looks good on the outside, maybe even comes with a rebate, but im my opinion is this really worth it? ...
Will it work on Verizon?
Help us understand what you are talking about.
You could probably go the the Sprint/Nextel site to view more.
I check this site practically every day AND I appreciate being kept informed of all the latest.
Is it me....
First PDA phone with Windows Mobile 5.0 right? That could cause some troubles... If i'm not wrong
Also first phone at all that has EVDO for sprint, Did they get it right the first time? Can we expect that there wont be 900 bugs from the EVDO and WM5... I mean I really want to hear, "this phone is going to be awesome, I have it and it works perfect", if so i'm calling sprint and ordering it right now... But I dont know if that could be true... Can we really expect it to be that good??
Besides that, does the Screen of this phone, is it equal, smaller or great then the Treo 650 a...
Any news on whether Sprint will disable this capability???
$20 Paypal to anyone who knows for sure (and can prove it in print) before monday the 19th of Sep '05.
From the Sprint press release:
"Dial-up networking capabilities for use with Bluetoot...