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Monday, March 16, 2009

HTC Fuze with full HSDPA support

The HTC fuze is really an example of how the future of smart phones looks like. Reminding of the "Google G1" design-wise, it sports 3G/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA, 802.11b/g wifi and bluetooth 2.0 for maximum connectivity everywhere.. built-in GPS with google maps support, complete outlook email client and mobile internet explorer thanks MS windows mobile 6.1 pro, integrated ICQ client - as well as a 2.8" TFT 480 x 680 LCD touchscreen, backlit QWERTY keyboard, microSD card reader, 288MB RAM (and 512MB ROM) are available for the 512MHz processor ("MSM7201A" made by Qualcomm, 3.2MP camera, FM radio, MP3 player and push-to-talk capabilities make this one of THE best smartphones money can buy - at a size of only 102 x 51 x 18mm and a overall weight of 165g incl. the 1340mAh battery (for up to 8h talk time or >400h standby).

I want one of those...
But the retail price is around 500$US without service plan (or 250$ with one) which is a bit expensive for "just a cellphone". ;)

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