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HTC Brings S740 to US

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Jan 6, 2009, 10:13 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

HTC today announced the S743, a version of the S740 with support for US 3G networks. The phone is a non-touch Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard device with a bar form factor and numeric keypad, plus a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The phone features a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 3-megapixel camera, memory card slot, WiFi, GPS, and 528 MHz processor. Network support includes HSDPA 7.2 in the 850/1900 bands - suitable for AT&T's 3G network - plus quad-band GSM. The S743 will be available through independent retailers such as dell.com and cdw.com later this quarter.

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Jan 6, 2009, 11:52 AM

HTC is awesome!

I absolutely love this company. They are very innovative and if anyone can and will capitalize on the apple product, it will be HTC. Check out their HTC 4GMAX and their HTC Touch HD. These are killer devices respectively and I have stated before that 2009 is the year to watch HTC.
I agree...HTC is on a roll. The HTC Touch HD is just beautiful (maybe the next Tmobile G2), and the 4G Max is definitely an iPhone-killer.

However, the reason I've been holding back from purchasing an HTC media phone is the long-overdue Garmin N...
An actual dedicated physical keypad for calls on the front and a slide out keyboard?

Although I don't personally like sliders, one of my biggest gripes ever in relation to smartphones is that manufacturers love to bury their keypads in some way sha...
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