3GSM : HTC unveils three new smartphones

Taiwanese manufacturer, HTC, has been very busy added to its burgeoning roster of Windows Powered smartphones, along with a couple of network exclusive.

First up is the HTC P3350 is a mobile with PDA features, including Microsoft Office Mobile for reading Word and Exel documents, plus HTC's Media Hub for playing and managing music and videos. All multimedia content can be store on its generous 256MB internal memory and microSD card. The P3350 will be available from March.

The HTC S710 is a messaging phone with a semi auto-sliding QWERTY keyboard and will be available exclusively through Orange as the SPV E650. The SPV E650 will feature an Orange customised home screen and will run on the Windows Mobile 6 OS, offering Internet access, email, calendar and contact information. The EDGE-enabled SPV E650 also packs built-in Wi-Fi for super-fast connectivity.

Finally, HTC claims its new Advantage X7500 is its most powerful mobile office to date. Designed like a very small PC notebook, the device features HTC's VueFlo navigation technology that uses G-Sensor technology so users can tilt the device to move around the page plus a detachable keyboard and HSDPA-support. The Advantage X7500 also boasts built-in GPS, Wi-Fi and a three-megapixel camera. Available from March, the device will be exclusive to T-Mobile in the UK and will be known as the Ameo.

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