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Image Gallery: HTC Q1 2007 product lineup

HTC announced 3 new devices for the first quarter of 2007, including the Advantage, S710, and P3350.
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HTC announced 3 new devices for the first quarter of 2007, including the S710, Advantage and P3350.

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A strong magnet holds the device in the detachable keyboard.

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A large 5 inch VGA display makes icons and text very viewable for those with poor eyesight.

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The HTC Love is focused on the music experience and has a slim form factor.

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This high powered Windows Mobile 6 Standard device transforms from a mobile phone to a texting machine.

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