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HTC announces two smartphones and two Pocket PCs

HTC continues to market their Windows Mobile products and is making 4 new devices available in September and October, starting in Europe. These devices have some very cool features, including integrated GPS with TomTom and a QWERTY keyboard on a slim Smartphone.
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Written by Matthew Miller, Contributor on
 
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I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with and review the HTC TyTN and found it to be an excellent device. Today, HTC announced four new devices, two Windows Mobile Smartphones and two Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition devices. The HTC S620 has been seen all over and talked about on my blog as the HTC Excalibur device that I personally am most likely to purchase myself. The touch sensitive bar on the side is now labeled the HTC's JOGGR®. This device will be available in Europe in October. The HTC S310 is a small candy bar form factor Smartphone that will be available in black, white, and gray starting in September. The P3300 is the first HTC device with integrated GPS that features the TomTom navigation software. This device has a new trackball and track wheel too. The P3300 is coming to Europe in October from T-Mobile and will be known as the MDA Compact III. The P3600 is a Phone Edition model with 3G connectivity and 2.0 megapixel camera that will be available in Europe in September. This is quite a lineup for HTC and if these devices are anything like the TyTN when it comes to construction and features then I am sure they will do well and expand the Windows Mobile integration even more. Which device are you most interested in?

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