T-Mobile Launches MDA PRO Aka HTC Universal

Posted: Aug 31 2005, 2:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:25pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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T-Mobile Launches MDA PRO aka HTC Universal

T-Mobile launches tomorrow in Germany the MDA Pro Windows Mobile 5.0 3G smart phone.

The T-Mobile MDA Pro is one of branded versions of the HTC Universal Windows smart phone we reported about.
T-Mobile calls the MDA Pro a mobile mini notebook. It integrates W-LAN, UMTS and GPRS technologies in one device. Well and they are right. This mobile phone features Microsoft's latest Mobile OS and a full QWERTY keyboard. The TFT screen has 480 x 640 pixels resolution and 65,000 colors. Other specifications include: 520Mhz Intel Bulverde CPU, 43.5MB RAM, SD-Card Slot and 2 digital cameras.

The T-Mobile MDA Pro will selll for 499.95 Euros including a 24 month postpay contract with the Relax 100 rate or 430.99 Euros with a contract with the BusinessRelax 100 rate.
More details in this T-Mobile press-release. There is no word yet if the T-Mobile MDA Pro will be available in the United States. Other carriers around the world. Expansys is selling the HTC Universal as Qtek 9000 (GSM only) world-wide for a hefty $1,144.95 (pre-order). Expansys also sell it as i-mate JASJAR (GSM only) in the UK.

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