Lucky Canada. The HTC S720 is the CDMA version of the HTC Vox (pictured left), and it's headed to Canada first. The S720/Vox features a compact design that hides a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and runs Window Mobile 6, but lacks 3G. We should get a version of our own this summer.
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Once again, Canada scores. Canadian carrier Telus has picked up the HTC P4000 and will replace the UTStarcom XV6700. The P4000 is also a CDMA smart phone (pictured left is the GSM version, HTC P4350) that runs Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition and has a 2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and EV-DO Rev A support. The HTC P4000 is headed for the States this summer.
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HTC is branching out from smart phones with the launch of the HTC Shift. The company hopes it will eventually be adopted as a laptop replacement and runs Windows Vista. It also sports a 7-inch wide-screen display, 30GB hard drive, and tri-Band UMTS/HSDPA, quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
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The GSM version of the Motorola Q is very much like its CDMA cousin. However, Motorola said it has no plans to bring the GSM Q to the United States.
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However, the company will bring the Motorola Q q9, which has been renamed to the Q q9h, to the States sometime in Q3. The q9h sports a revamped design and has a faster processor and HSDPA support among other things.
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The Samsung SCH-i760 remains a smart phone of mystery. It was a no-show at CTIA, but we're still holding out hope that this uniquely designed Windows Mobile 6 device will see the light of day.
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The HTC Advantage is headed for the States this summer and is one serious smart phone, if you can even call it that. The portable gadget features Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition, an 8GB hard drive, all the wireless options one could want (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, and HSDPA), a 5-inch touch screen, and a magnetic QWERTY keyboard.
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Palm didn't reveal any new Treos at CTIA, but it did have a few announcements, including the Palm GPS Navigator Kit for the Treo 680 and the Treo 750 and Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for the Treo 750.
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