A Russian website has posted images and specifications of some Windows Mobile devices to reach the market in 2007. The list includes those devices manufactured by HTC, the Taiwanese company resposible for manufacturing large part of devices running Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system.
The site cites some already known upcoming models, including the HTC X7500 (Athena), PDA phone HTC P3350 (Love) and two smartphones HTC S650 (Cavalier) and HTC S710 (Vox).
Other devices were unknown until now. The PDA phone series include the HTC Kaiser, HTC Elf, and HTC Omni. This last one is supposed to be a replacement for the HTC Universal, a mini-laptop like Pocket PC. Like its predecessor it will come with VGA resolution screen (640 x 480 pixels), rotating 3.6" screen and keyboard.
The HTC Kaiser comes with a form-factor similar to the HTC Herald, currently in the market. The site says it will be a slightly modified and advanced version, which will include GPS receiver with QVGA-screen (240 x 320 pixels), 3G support, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a fast processor running at 400Mhz.
Two other HTC PDA phones expected for 2007 are aiming at corporate markets. The list includes the HTC Panda with a QVGA screen, 400 MHz processor, but no 3G support. The HTC Elf will be a budget PDA, with a smaller 2.8" screen, slower 200MHz CPU and support for Bluetooth but no Wireless LAN.
In the smartphone area, HTC will be launching the HTC Wings (pictured), its new flagship Windows Mobile Smartphone, with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. and support for 3G and GPS.
A seconds Windows Mobile Smartphone is cited, but no model name is disclosed yet.