HTC announces CDMA S720 and P4000

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At CTIA 2007, HTC announced a couple of new Windows Mobile devices that operate in CDMA networks. Both of them feature side-sliding QWERTY keyboards but the one has touch-sensitive display while the other doesn’t.

HTC S720 is the CDMA version of the S710 Vox and unlike its cousin features 3G data as it supports EV-DO. Running on Windows Mobile 6 Standard, the phone features WiFi, 2-megapixel camera and QWERTY.

HTC P4000 Titan is the CDMA flavor of the TyTN, which is also known as the Cingular 8525 in the States. This one has touch-sensitive QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera and also supports EV-DO. Earlier rumors say it will be available with both Verizon and Sprint PCS but at the CTIA show it is shown only with Telus (Canada) branding.

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