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    Full specs here. Notice the highlighted part!

    Platform - Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 5.0 with Messaging and Security Feature Pack
    Dimension - 112.5 mm(L) x 58 mm(W)x 21.95 mm(T) - 176 g with battery pack
    Processor - 400MHz Samsung stacked CPU
    Memory - ROM: 128MB (for programs and users’ storage) - RAM: 64MB SDRAM
    Main LCD Module - 2.8" transflective TFT-LCD with backlight LEDs, touch-sensitive screen - 240 x 320 portrait resolution with 64K Colours
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    Communications - Dual-mode, HSDPA/UMTS (2100MHz for Europe and 850/1900MHz for USA) GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad band(850/900/1800/1900)
    Camera - 2 megapixel colour CMOS camera with macro function
    - Second colour CMOS CIF camera for video telephony
    Audio - Built-in Microphone / Receiver
    - Loud Speaker for Hands-Free Support
    - AMR/AAC/WAV/WMA/MP3 codec
    Connectivity - Bluetooth®
    - Wi-Fi (manufacture option) & Interface - Compliant with v2.0 without EDR
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    IEEE 802.11b/g compliant
    Internal WLAN antenna
    Power - Battery
    - Removable and rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer
    - Typical capacity: 1350 mAh
    - Standby time: Up to 200 hours
    for GSM; 180 ~ 250 hours for UMTS
    - Talk time (Screen off): 4 ~ 5 hours
    for GSM; 2 ~ 4 hours for UMTS
    - Media playback: 8 hours (WMV);
    12 hours (WMA)
    - AC Adapter
    - AC input: 100 ~ 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
    - DC output: 5V and 1A
    Value Added - MMS and Java applications
    - Smart Dialing and Voice Speed Dial
    - Comm Manager
    - ClearVue PDF, ZIP, and more
    Applications
    Colors - Available in Black / Silver
    Accessories - AC adapter w/ mini-USB power plug /
    Carrying Case / Sync Cable
    (mini-USB/USB) / Battery
    (rechargeable and replaceable) /
    Stereo wired headset with microphone
    (button for voice command)
    http://europe.htc.com/pdf/products/1...N_LFLT_OUT.PDF

    So a global UMTS smartphone. USA and Europe in the same device! Also they have redesigned the keypad on the face, and made the unit a bit sleeker. Its now even more desirable.

    Surur
    Last edited by surur; 06/16/2006 at 01:05 PM.
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    What is the difference between this and HTC Hermes?
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    Its is the HTC Hermes.

    Surur
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    Prettier than the earlier Hermes variants, but flat buttons (including the five-way)? I'm not sure that's a good idea at all. Might end up getting one though, presuming it really does end up on T-Mobile in the UK.

    A bit more info on the appearance of HTC as a brand:

    http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=6367
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    This is my next phone. No way in hell that the next GSM 700 will compete with this baby. My 650 knows its on borrowed time
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    That thing is so freaking awesome. I wish I could get HSDPA in my area. When I can this or the new HTC Universal will be for me. Any news on what will be replacing the Universal? I want a VGA screen, wish the TyTN had that. Any clue why they changed the name?
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    There is no word on the Universal II, just some speculation. It will almost certainly not be this year however. Hermes was just a code name (although HTC always has cool code names). Why they chose Tytn only they wil know for their own brand. The same device sold by O2 will be called the XDA Trion.

    Surur
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    Seriously I cannot wait for this baby comes out. To surf internet on UTMS and wifi, and to load up and have Skype working will be priceless. I am getting major goose bumps looking at this beast.

    Does anyone think that the new Palm 700 GSM W or P will seriously get close to this baby.

    And in regards to form factor I kind of like the slide out keyboard. I have played with the MDA and thought it was awesome. I decide against getting it after hearing news about the Hermes. Thank God. UTMS here I come
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    LOL I thought nobody could come up with a worse name than Nintendo Wii.
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    Yeah, what does TyTN stand for? Looks like Moto way of naming their devices is becoming a standard - RAZR, SLVR, ROKR, etc.

    The form of this one looks like an upgraded Sidekick.
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    Rob, could you do me a favor. I made a mistake and called the HTC Hermes the HTC Breeze. Could you change the title of the post to HTC Hermes is not HTC TYTN!

    TyTn stands for Titan of course. I believe they are not going for Greek mythology names for their new releases. Interestingly the Titans preceded the Olympic Gods, of which Hermes were one of. In this case it happened the other way around.

    Surur
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    Done ... so this is the Hermes. Where's the TYTN?

    Oh, by the way Rob is my evil twin (that is when teh Munk takes over my virtual self).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronbo2000
    Done ... so this is the Hermes. Where's the TYTN?

    Oh, by the way Rob is my evil twin (that is when teh Munk takes over my virtual self).
    Somebody call my name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronbo2000
    Done ... so this is the Hermes. Where's the TYTN?

    Oh, by the way Rob is my evil twin (that is when teh Munk takes over my virtual self).
    Oops!! I mean HTC Hermes is now HTC TyTN!!! Sorry for the typo!!!

    Surur
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    Quote Originally Posted by surur
    Oops!! I mean HTC Hermes is now HTC TyTN!!! Sorry for the typo!!!

    Surur
    Done ...

    (oh, oh, my evil twin just appeared. I am losing control ... )

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