Here it is - my favorite WM6 device of this year (so far): the HTC Vox/S710. Check out the unboxing video below. After the jump, answers to the questions submitted over the weekend.
In case you're wondering, here's the rundown on the specs:
- Windows Mobile 6 Standard
- TI OMAP 201 MHz Processor
- 128 MB ROM (about 50 MB User accessible), 64MB RAM (again, about 50 MB of Program Memory)
- 101.5 mm x 50 mm x 17.5 mm / 120g
- GSM/GPRS/EDGE Quad-band
- WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0
- 2 megapixel camera
- Around 7 hours talk-time
On to the Q&A. If you have more questions, post 'em below!
It does indeed have WiFi, which is a relief as the s710 only has EDGE for wireless data otherwise.
Sadly, no idea on carriers or release dates. I strongly suspect that T-Mobile will get it, though, as it looks like an excellent SDA replacement. I'll put up a bevy of comparison shots in the next day or two.
The lack of 3G is a pity (and a big one), but at least there's WiFi to lessen the blow.
101.5 mm x 50 mm x 17.5 mm. Basically, it feels like your standard feature phone these days. As you can see in the video, it's smaller than the T-Mobile SDA, so it's pretty hand-friendly.
No touchscreen, as it's Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition (aka non-touchscreen edition). Since it's WM6, you can indeed edit office documents, though creating new ones requires a little hack. Let's not talk too much about how much we paid - it's an import right now so it won't feel good to mention it. ;)
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