We all know that HTC TYTN II (aka HTC Kaiser) has been announced a few weeks ago and will soon start shipping.
With the specs like 3 mpx camera, 2.8″ QVGA touchscreen, built-in GPS, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity – HTC TYTN II is probably the most powerful Windows Mobile phone around.
But some of HTC fans were a bit disappointed with the HTC TYTN II official announcement.
You see, it was widely believed that HTC P4450 Kaiser, as the phone was known before, would be the first WM 6 device to support next generation HSUPA connectivity, with fast, up to 1.4 Mbps data upload capabilities. And this HSUPA connectivity was nowhere to be found in the official HTC TYTN 2 spec sheet.
Well, it seems that disappointment was a little premature. HTC TYTN II might support HSUPA, afterall.
This was revealed by French mobile operator Orange, which, during press conference announcing the roadmap of HSUPA upgrades, hinted that HTC TYTN II will be able to support higher data upload speeds as the network upgrades roll out in the first half of next year.
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