The lack of a multi-touch screen on a Pocket PC secretly causes people to curse daily when they try and tap a number in quickly using the dialpad. Perhaps a way around this is to combine the slide-out QWERTY keyboard with a standard numeric keypad on the front of the device. The result of this idea is the HTC Vox, which has now appeared in photographs here in the UK, courtesy of this Google page from Guri.
The pictures, unfortunately, don’t get much better than what you see here, however you can see more of this device, which is rumoured to have Windows Mobile 6.0 for Smartphone, a TI OMAP 850 200MHz CPU, quadband GPRS / EDGE (alas, no 3G), 2 megapixel camera, WiFi 802.11b/g, 128Mb ROM / 64Mb RAM and a MicroSD card slot. The keyboard is an automatic slide-out QWERTY and looks very similar to the HTC P4350 one.
Link – Guri
Credit – Ian Jones