By February 1, 2007

HTC Athena photo review

The folks over at Moblog have got their hands on an HTC Athena already and have reviewed it in pictures.

HTC Athena

“The best way to describe HTC Athena I feel, have to be the term “Mobile PC Communicator.” You see, unlike laptops or computers, you do not need to wait for the device to (cold) boot up. You don’t have worries like battery going to end within 2 to 3 hours time (Lap top battery time usage). You no longer have the excuses like; the device is too heavy to be carried around. Same time, Athena does not behave like the rest of the Pocket PC Mobile devices. Just look at the specifications stated below, none of the any mobile devices have all the specifications offerings available on the market to date. “

Updated HTC Athena specifications:

  • Intel Bulverde PXA270 624 Mhz chipset
  • 128 MB RAM / 128 MB ROM
  • Inbuilt GPS Receiver
  • Quad band GSM Network
  • 8 GB microdrive with G senor
  • 3G UTMS / HSDPA 1.8 Mbps / GPRS / WiFi 802.11 b/g Connection
  • 5” Samsung VGA Screen / 262 K color TFT LCD
  • Auto focus 3 mega pixels Digital camera
  • USB 2.0
  • A2DP Bluetooth 2.0
  • AVRCP Bluetooth
  • HTC VGA / Composite Video / S-Video Output
  • Min. 30 FPS Video decoding output
  • Detachable QWERTY Keyboard input
  • Motion control web browser
  • Sub display User interface keyboard magnet attached to LCD
  • SRS 3D sound effect
  • Dual Digital Camera
  • 5-way navigation mouse like-button
  • ATI imageon 2282 Graphics accelerator
  • 2100mAh Battery
  • Each time I see this device it looks more and more impressive!

    Get the full low-down on the Moblog site.


    [Post tag(s): , , , , , , , , ]

    Posted in: Phones

    About the Author:

    More than 20 years in the IT industry. Blogging with a passion and thirst for new technology since 2005.
    Loading Facebook Comments ...

    Post a Comment

    No Trackbacks.