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#5379 25-Oct-2005 12:03
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Well i am actually a bit disappointed that the next HTC smartphone isn't 3G(UMTS) compatible

anyhow, here's the leaked images.

HTC Star Trek (SmartPhone)
Specs: EDGE, GPRS, GSM Quadband, 320 by 240 QVGA,
Bluetooth, 2 Megapixel Camera with Flash,
TI OMAP processor, 64 RAM, 64 or 128 ROM, Micro SD slot
StarTrek vs RAZR V3: (98.5 x 51.4 x 15.8 mm) VS (98 x 53 x 13.9 mm)
Release date (approx.): March 2006




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#21957 25-Oct-2005 12:39
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One of them. This is not the only one coming out soon.





 

 

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#21960 25-Oct-2005 13:14
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oh?! so there is a chance to see a 3G Smartphone from HTC? oooh i'm thinking ahead... WiFi support, Video Calling, 3G, wow!....




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#21962 25-Oct-2005 13:19
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Anyone notice that the smartphone have micro-sd? what's going to be next nano-sd? Should have one standard storage card.






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#21966 25-Oct-2005 14:16
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i have lot of SD cards and thanks to Mauricio for the latest/largest SD card i ever have over the weekend! :-D


but... new smartphones use miniSD, how will i be able to fit my SD/MMC cards into it?




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#21975 25-Oct-2005 16:14
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I have given up. I used to only have SD/MMC devices, but it just limited me too much. Now i have mini-SD, SD/MMC, MSProDuo - and a 1GB card in each :-)







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