Taiwan-based High Tech Computer Corporation (HTC) has announced the launch of the HTC P3300, a Global Positioning System (GPS) phone in India.
P3300 is a touch-screen phone, without a keyboard. The screen consists of 65K colors and the size of the screen is 240 x 320 pixels, 58 x 42 mm, handwriting can also be acknowledged. It is a smart device that comes loaded with Global Positioning System (GPS) functionality. Internet access to e-mails is instant through Microsoft Windows Mobile. It’s similar to a pocket computer.
The GPS-loaded smart device has an extremely slim body that measures 16.8mm thin and weighs only 128 grams. GSM/GPRS, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and Wi-Fi have full-range connectivity. FM radio is in-built. Tom Tom NAVIGATOR 6 software, HTC RollR (Trackball/Trackwheel) is present for easy viewing and navigation. HTC P3300 comes with a 128MB built-in ROM and 64MB RAM memory. It also consists of built-in MP3/AAC player, handsfree and many more. The smart device comes pre-loaded with software including Microsoft Outlook Mobile, Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, IE Mobile and Windows Media Player 10 Mobile.
A camera of 2.0 megapixel and video recording in the device, with built-in GPS receiver, allows owners to take photographs and attach satellite coordinates into the images by illustrating their own creativity. HTC has been loaded with the MapKing R12 along with SiRF III chipset amid 20 parallel channel receivers.
The positive features of P3300 include its slim body, TomTom software, 2 megapixel camera and many to specify. The only drawback is the absence of the keyboard. HTC P3300 was initially announced internationally in September, 2006 but now it is open to settle in India