Conclusion: The HTC P3470 Pharos will be available to customers across Europe later this month. The first pan-European operator partner to take the HTC version of the device will be Orange which will launch the P3470 in the UK, France, Spain and the Netherlands. Price: 449 Euros.
Summary: The reception quality was never an issue with the P3470 – our calls were pretty loud, although we could use some more volume for call-unfriendly environments. The loudspeaker is slightly above average volume-wise, meaning that it is likely to get to you while on a busy street. The vibro alert is moderate in terms of strength.
The communicator is set to arrive in early/mid May at a price point of 550-600 USD, which is what the still-on-the-market HTC P3300 costs.
Summary: Processor TI OMAPâ„¢ 850, 201 MHz Operating System Windows MobileÂ® 6 Professional Memory ROM: 256MB RAM: 128MB DDR Dimension 108 mm (L) x 58.3 mm (W) x 15.7 mm (T) Weight 122g with battery Display 2.8-inch TFT-LCD with touch screen 240 X 320 dots resolution with 65,536 colors Network GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz * The device will operate on frequencies available from the cellular network Device Control 4-way Navigation Wheel with ENTER button...
Excerpt: The cell phone market in India is getting hotter with time, with new features being added to the phones every other day. The latest in the line is P3470, a smartphone by HTC. The mobile phone will come equipped with GPS, which will enable you to track the user anytime and anywhere. HTC Corporation, the global provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile smart devices, launched P3470 in India, in April 2008, as a part of its Indian product portfolio.
Excerpt: We were massive fans of the fully-featured and liked its 3G update, the . The P3470 matches the quad-band P800W for features, sporting BlueTooth, WiFi, GPS and 2G (EDGE) download speeds. The latter makes it (much) cheaper than other HTC models and means battery life is increased – it was almost five days before we needed to recharge. The processor speed has doubled to 400MHz making everything a bit zippier although the low-powered P800W’s battery lasted longer.