BengalBoy released some pictures which reveal HTC's Artemis and Trinity
Pocket PC phones. The photos confirm that the Artemis, which we soon reported about
, has a CPU at 200MHz, 64MB RAM and 128MB ROM. The display is a QVGA 65k colors one. The mini-trackball below the screen acts as a mouse and you can move the cursor on the display with it. Also confirmed are the FM Radio and the GPS receiver, as the HTC Artemis is the smallest Pocket PC phone to feature one at the moment.
The other device, the HTC Trinity, is the successor of the Prophet
and is actually a TyTN
in candybar design. Both the Trinity and the TyTn have almost the same specifications, while the first has the QWERTY keypad cut off. It sports a white plastic look, which slightly resembles an iPOD, and also there's no GPS although it was expected to have one.
||HTC Trinity compared to HTC Artemis|
Info on release dates and pricing of the devices is expected soon. Source: BengalBoy