T-Mobile Wing

Posted: May 22 2007, 1:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:56am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

T-Mobile Wing
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T-Mobile USA, Inc., announced the availability of the new T-Mobile Wing Windows Smartphone.

Developed by HTC, the T-Mobile Wing has a blue soft-touch exterior, touch screen, and full, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and runs Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.

Other Features of the Wing include 2.8 inch screen, 2MP Camera, Wi-Fi, push-email, micro-sd card slot, Bluetooth and media player.The T-Mobile Wing will be available exclusively to T-Mobile customers beginning May 22nd at T-Mobile retail stores and online at the T-Mobile site for $299 with 2 year contract.

Laptop Mag already published a review of the T-Mobile Wing smartphone. Their verdict: "If you're sold on Window Mobile 6 and T-Mobile, the Wing is a solid choice. Power users who can afford the $100 premium over the Dash will appreciate its larger screen and roomier keyboard, and that it runs the full version of Office Mobile. Those who need fast data speeds everywhere they go, however, should hold out for HTC's upcoming WM6 phone with EV-DO Rev. A capability."

Via T-Mobile press-release.

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