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  • Cingular 8525 Smartphone Documents Leaked, Launch Imminent

    Looks like Cingular’s going to be releasing their 8525 quite soonish now – we’re looking at the first week of November – much to the delight of smartphone lovers everywhere (on Cingular). In case you didn’t know, the Cingular 8525 is the successor to the Cingular 8125, with tri-band UMTS/HSDPA, quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 400MHz processor, Windows Mobile 5, 64MB… Read More

  • T-Mobile Dash Hands On


    As smartphones make their way into the mainstream, we’re reminded why they were long relegated to the hip holsters of Road Warriors and the hopelessly email-obsessed. Their operating systems, with rare exceptions, were too overpowered for the average consumer, their set-up screens were convoluted, and their price tags were stratospheric when compared to the average clamshell. T-Mobile… Read More

  • HTC Herald Pictures Leaked

    The HTC Herald, which looks to be the HTC Hermes’ thinner and younger sister, has just been leaked by someone along the HTC chain. The phone can be considered a “dumbed down” version of the Hermes, thanks to its lack of camera, and lowered CPU speed (200MHz instead of 400MHz). The other specs are about the same, with 64MB of RAM, 128MB of ROM, 2.8-inch screen, QVGA… Read More

  • Cingular 3125 Launch Party Video

    Looks like Gizmodo got more footage of another raucous party held in honor of a small piece of plastic and some wires. Boom-shaka-laka-ActivSync! Look for friend of CG, Vince, cursing his Vienna sausage at the end. HTC 3125 Launch Party in New York: Enjoy the Decadence [Gizmodo] Read More

  • HTC MTeoR: Best Smartphone EveR?

    We tend to like HTC here at the Crunch (Blake hates his Cingular 8125 though). They put out more smartphones, in more form factors with feature lists than any other company out there. And the way they deal price-point with the carriers is amazing, as well. So it comes as no surprise to read that Ubergeek Jeremy Toeman at Live Digitally thinks that the HTC MTeoR is the greatest smartphone… Read More

  • HTC Excalibur = T-Mobile Dash, Coming Next Month

    , this GSM-flavored Windows Mobile 5-sporting smartphone is aimed directly at the Motorola Q from Verizon. But here in the good ol’ US-of-A, the Cosmo will be called the Dash, and will be offered by our friends over at T-Mobile. For those not in-the-know, the Dash will have 64/128MB built-in RAM, Windows Mobile 5: Smartphone Edition, a 320×240 screen (non-touch), and a full… Read More

  • HTC Libra: Quasi-QWERTY Quaint Smartphone

    More news from CTIA. HTC, purveyors of all things Windows Mobile 5, has announced yet another smartphone. This one, called the Libra, is similar to HTC’s familiar sliding-keyboard smartphones (T-Mobile’s MDA, for example), except that it’s closer in size to their candybar-style phones. Indeed, next to the 4:3 screen (320 x 240?) on the face is a regular cellphone-style keypad… Read More

  • Cingular 3125 Hands-On

    We got a chance to look at the Cingular 3125 yesterday AKA the HTC Star Trek and were pretty impressed. The phone is amazingly thin in real life, a bit thicker than a RAZR – we should create a whole new phone measurement system using the RAZR (1.5 RAZRs thick) – and the Windows OS looked quite snug on the 8125’s bright screen. Read More

  • Cingular Releases, Unreleases HTC Star Trek (3125)

    For a brief bit this morning, Cingular had the HTC Star Trek up on their site as the 3125. The phone has a 1.3 megapixel camera, 200MHz TI OMAP processor, and runs Windows Mobile 5.0. It’s a clamshell form factor phone, with RAZR-ish design cues. Unfortunately this means no QWERTY keyboard for you to type on, but that comes with the territory. The price was $149.99 with two-year… Read More

  • Cingular Releases, Unreleases HTC Star Trek (3125)

    For a brief bit this morning, Cingular had the HTC Star Trek up on their site as the 3125. The phone has a 1.3 megapixel camera, 200MHz TI OMAP processor, and runs Windows Mobile 5.0. It’s a clamshell form factor phone, with RAZR-ish design cues. Unfortunately this means no QWERTY keyboard for you to type on, but that comes with the territory. The price was $149.99 with two-year… Read More

  • HTC P3300 PDA Phone With TomTom Navigator Software and GPS

    Convergence is the name of the game with the HTC P3300 PDA-Phone. The P3300 comes with a GPS and TomTom Navigator 6 both built-in, which means this can be your primary GPS navigation device if you don’t already have one (if you’re in Europe). The device itself runs Windows Mobile 5.0, has a GPS module, GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi, FM Radio, and push email… Read More

  • HTC Excalibur Hands On

    . His thoughts? This is the most responsive, fastest Windows Smartphone I have ever used. Everything was made to perfection. The device is metal and rubberized plastic which gives it a great feel in your hands, and the keys… oh my lord, the keys! They are firm but not hard, softly tactcile but not squishy. The touch bar is incredible: highly responsive and ingenious or, Boy Genius if… Read More

  • HTC Launches Four New Smartphones

    HTC released today four new smartphones to round out its Q4 offerings. All of the phones run Windows Mobile 5 and each of them offer slightly different features: HTC S620 – HTC’s new, super slim form factor with integrated QWERTY keyboard: perfect for email and messaging HTC P3300 – HTC’s first dedicated navigation PDA with in-built GPS and complete with TomTom NAVIGATOR… Read More

  • HTC Moving Into Multimedia Smart(er)Phones

    HTC has announced that they’re moving away from infrared transmission on their phones – big whoop – and will be adding more multimedia and music functions to all of their phones. HTC is one of the biggest names in cellular technology you’ve never heard of so if they’re moving in one direction, expect many major U.S. carriers to follow suit. The makers of devices… Read More

  • First Labeling of the HTC Excalibur to be on German O2 Network

    We’ve been watching the progress of HTC’s Excalibur for awhile now. HTC is the shadowy man-behind-the-curtain for Cingular’s self-branded smartphones, and T-Mobile’s MDA and SDA. The Excalibur is the codename for their new smartphone that’s poised to go toe-to-toe with the Motorola Q. It’s first incarnation appears to be on Germany’s O2… Read More

  • Bengal Boy Rocks the HTC Artemis/Trinity

    I know some folks have trouble with YouTube embeds, but this is the video age, man, and we have to keep up. For example, we have the Artemis, a smartphone from one of the most unsung OEMs in the world, HTC. The video is a little rough, friends, and Bengal Boy has a voice for newsprint, but it’s nice to see this thing in action. BengalBoy’s Divine Trinity! The HTC Trinity Pocket… Read More

  • Asus P525 Gets FCC Hugs

    . Asus has had it hard lately while trying to break into the US market, so this might be the boost it needs to gain an HTC-like following of die-hard smartphone fans.
    Product Page [Asus]
    Asus P525 Got FCC Approved [Slashphone] Read More