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Topic # 11943 20-Feb-2007 14:16
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Has anyone else heard this? I just went to source 3 more and it seems they might be at the end of the line!! They are confirming this for me.

Any idea's what's next? I know the Treo 700wx is out, but it has less features than the Apache. Apparently it's another HTC phone.

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  Reply # 61326 20-Feb-2007 14:33
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Yes there is another HTC phone on the way. The PPC 6800 has EVDO Rev A. It has been called the Herald, but the specs show that as a GSM handset, but it it possible that it comes in both GSM and CDMA varities.

http://pdaphonehome.com/forums/pdaphone-general-news/79238-ppc-6800-w-rev-testing-now-vz-sprint.html

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  Reply # 61332 20-Feb-2007 15:49
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Yes Apache will be replaced by Herald (rebranded as xv6800 and ppc6800). However it should be at least few months away since it's not even released in US.

http://www.engadget.com/2007/02/09/verizon-xv6800-in-the-flesh/







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  Reply # 61334 20-Feb-2007 15:56
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From what I've heard its not that far away from being released here.

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