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HTC intro’s the P3470: An affordable touchscreen based phone with GPS

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HTC P3470

HTC has introduced the P3470, which according to HTC “sets a new standard in affordable smartphone, GPS-based devices.” Overall it seems like the P3470 will offer a decent set of specs along with being a nice looking phone, much better than that spy shot image we first saw back in January. The HTC P3470 features a 2.8-inch QVGA display, 200MHz CPU, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, Bluetooth 2.0, microSD card slot and a built-in GPS with TomTom Navigator 6.

Sadly even with the GPS its hard to notice the P3470 is not 3G capable and is limited to quad-band EDGE, not to mention an (albeit standard) but still disappointing a 2-megapixel camera. The HTC P3470 will be running Windows Mobile 6 Professional and also ships with a 1GB microSD card for additional storage.

Expect to see the P3470 become available later this month with a retail price of €449 (around $650). It should be available with Orange in the UK, France, Spain and the Netherlands.

Keep reading for a few more pictures of the HTC P3470…

Via [Just Another Mobile Phone Blog]

HTC P3470 (front with display)

HTC P3470 (back)

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  • Davis Freeberg

    The phone looks pretty sweet. The design alone makes me want to get one, but with no 3G, no DivX support and a 2 megapixel camera, I think I'll keep waiting. I like the touch screen iPhone inspired cameras, but I want a phone that actually has some power behind it. If you're going to buy a phone that is really built for the internet, then its important to be able to do all of the same multimedia things that you can do online.

  • ktk

    my htc p3470 is in french, i need to change to english please help