HTC — the company behind numerous Windows Mobile devices — has unveiled its product roadmap for the rest of this year.
The company plans to introduce four new models: two handhelds and two smartphones.
The P3300 will be HTC’s first PDA dedicated to navigation. It will come with a built-in GPS receiver and TomTom Navigator 6 software.
T-Mobile will be launching this device as the MDA Compact III in several European markets. This is expected to happen in Europe.
The cellular-wireless Pocket PC on HTC’s roadmap will be the P3600. This GSM phone will offer support for high-speed HSDPA networks.
It will have 2.0 megapixel camera built in, and HTC is pushing this device as a way to enjoy various forms of multimedia while on the go.
The HTC P3600 will be available across Europe next month.
Rumors have been circulating for some time about an HTC smartphone code-named Excalibur. This was just announced today as the S620. This will offer a super-slim form factor and an integrated QWERTY keyboard.
This device will be a quad-band GPRS/EDGE device with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It will be available across Europe starting in October. According to rumor, T-Mobile USA will be offer this device in the U.S.
HTC S310 will be a small, low-cost, candy bar-style smartphone running Windows Mobile 5.0.
This Quad band device will be on the shelves in Europe next month.