HTC Vox – QWERTY sliding phone details emerge

HTC Vox   QWERTY sliding phone details emerge We’ve seen quite a few new devices from HTC of late – the Excalibur, Herald and the Hermes that we’ve already reviewed as the T-Mobile MDA Vario II and Orange SPV M3100. Now here’s another – a QWERTY sliding… Smartphone. It’s got quad-band GSM / EDGE, a 2.4″ QVGA screen with dual orientation, 2 megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, 128Mb ROM and 96Mb RAM. It also comes with a new 5-way jog bar and, apparently, a full Office suite (on Smartphone, yes, Smartphone).


Notice something else? Yup – there’s a “regular” numeric keyboard on the front. In fact, this reminds us of the HTC Libra we saw earlier. Although the Libra seemed to be running Windows Mobile Pocket PC, we’ve got suspisions that it could possibly be one and the same device.


This picture is from ce4arab.com – they also have the 2007 i-Mate roadmap online with the i-Mate JAQ4, K-JAR, PDAL, SP JAM and SPW details and specs!


Link & picture credit – ce4arab.com (via msmobiles.com)

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