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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  1. 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.

    Davis Freeberg
  2. my htc p3470 is in french, i need to change to english please help