By April 17, 2007

HTC P3350 pictures

You may recall that a while ago we told you that HTC were releasing a new device aimed at multimedia, the HTC P3350 (aka HTC Love). We managed to get our hands on one to look at and thought that we would upload some photos for you to take a look at while prepare the review.

HTC P3350 front

As it’s another HTC Artemis varient, The HTC P3350 is virtually the same as the P3300, the key difference being that the P3350 does not have built in GPS.

The left hand side of the device is home to an up/down spring loaded slider used for scrolling and in-call volume control.

HTC P3350 left

On the right you’ll find the power button at the top and the camera button at the bottom

HTC P3350 right

The now familiar enhanced mini USB connector is located on the bottom of the unit. The P3350 also includes HTC’s RollR trackball and wheel for navigation.

HTC P3350 bottom

HTC P3350 rollr

The HTC P3350 is a neat looking device. Fairly thin and reasonably light. It’s a shame to see the GPS removed although I wonder if this could be re-enabled through a rom update?.

HTC P3350 angled front

HTC P3350 angled back

HTC P3350 Specification:

  • Windows Mobile 5 for Pocket PC AKU 3
  • Quad Band GPRS / EDGE
  • FM Radio
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • WiFi 802.11b/g
  • TI OMAP 850 @ 200MHz
  • 128MB ROM
  • 64MB RAM
  • 2.8″ QVGA 65K colour screen
  • microSD expansion underneath battery
  • 2.0MP camera
  • miniUSB connector for sync / charge / headphones
  • 1200mAh battery
  • up to 3.5 – 5 hrs talktime
  • up to 150-200 hour standby
  • 58mm x 108mm x 16.3mm
  • 127g
  • We’ll bring you more on the HTC P3350 later.

    Posted by: Matt

    [Post tag(s): smartphone blog, Pocket PC blog, Windows Mobile blog, T-Mobile, Ameo, HTC Advantage, HTC Love, HTC P3350, Tracy & Matt]

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