HTC Touch Cruise with GPS and Wi-Fi


Today, HTC revealed HTC Touch Cruise, the third member of the HTC Touch product family and the first to feature built-in GPS. Building on the popularity of the HTC Touch devices, the new Cruise also includes 3G/HSDPA and wireless connectivity.

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HTC Touch Cruise, also known as P3650 (HTC Polaris 100 platform) has a standard 2.8" TFT touchscreen QVGA display and life is made easier with the HTC TouchFLO technology and the HTC Home plugin. The device runs on Windows Mobile 6 Professional and masters a 400MHz Qualcomm processor, while the integrated 256MB ROM and 128MB RAM is more than welcome for such a device. If you are short on user available memory, you can make use of the integrated microSD card slot.

Besides HSDPA (3.6 Mbps), Touch Cruise also supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad-band connectivity. Wirelessly, it utilizes the onboard Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth v2.0, while the wired connectivity set is limited to ExtUSB full-speed USB 2.0, which stands for 11-pin miniUSB and audio jack in one. Furthermore, the built-in turn-by-turn GPS navigation with TomTom software offers you a full navigation experience.

The entertainment section of Touch Cruise is on par, including a 3 megapixel auto focus camera, FM radio and MP3/MPEG4 player. Enjoying video calls is assured with the secondary VGA CMOS camera.

Big displays and rich palette of functionality usually go with bulky handsets. However, Touch Cruise sports a body with 130 grams of weight and 15.5 mm thickness. The device will be available worldwide starting this month.




HTC Touch Cruise with GPS and Wi-Fi - reader comments

  • mohanraj

how to connect copilolive7. i dont have copilot live product key card

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  • 2010-03-02 12:26
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  • shravan

what is the price of this mobile?

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  • 2007-11-20 13:08
  • PT@T
  • ^BUG^

Hmm, very nice, specs are the same as TYTN II has for the exception of sliding QWERTY keyboard. Very interesting.... About looks, this device is supposed to be used for work and not for having it as an accessory to your outfit or a furniture in...

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  • 2007-11-14 06:03
  • q2b6