And no, I’m not talking about the game, lest I really mean to say WoW. I’m just wow-ing for the launch of three new T-Mobile MDAs which are produced in collaboration with HTC. These three new phones are as follows: T-Mobile MDA Compact IV, T-Mobile MDA Vario IV, and the T-Mobile Ameo 16GB. Soon you will know why it’s “Wow!” in this page all of a sudden. These phones are by no means uninteresting.
The T-Mobile MDA Compact IV is a direct descendant of the HTC Touch Diamond. It carries the same new inteface found on the Touch Diamond and runs on Windows Mobile 6.1. It boasts of a VGA touchscreen display where users will be able to feel and become impressed by the remarkable 3D interface. And its beauty isn’t only skin deep, either.
The MDA Compact IV has been custom built for T-Mobile, and has support for HSDPA, as well sa HSUPA connections. An inbuilt GPS receiver makes short work of finding where you are and where you’re going, plus its 4GB of internal storage will be ample space for all the photos you can take with its 3.2 megapixel camera.
The T-Mobile MDA Vario IV, meanwhile, is another MDA phone, and it features a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard as one of its highlights. As you may already be aware, real, tactile keys still beat virtual on-screen keys any day.
As for specs, it will have most of the same ones from the first device we mentioned, only it sports a very different form factor, being a horizontal slider handset, and all. More info is available about this on our first T-Mobile MDA Vario IV post.
The last item on our little list is something new for HTC and T-Mobile: a 16 gigger. Actually, this is a follow-up to the original T-Mobile Ameo, which obviously according to its name, has 16GB of internal memory. This device appears to have a detachable QWERTY keyboard, for it is mentioned that it works with or without the said contraption. Again, it sports almost similar specs as the two previous phones, only it has a slightly different form factor. The T-Mobile Ameo 16GB is expected to be available in July. More details about there handsets regarding pricing and availability are to come.
Via GSM Help Desk
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