It has been rumored (not so secretly on the web) for some time now. Originally, it was called Excalibur.
It has a built-in QWERTY keyboard, a large 2.4 inch QVGA landscape display, Quad-band EDGE/GPRS, WiFi, Bluetooth 2 with wireless stereo, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, Micro SD Slot , HTC's ExtUSB connector, and HTC's new JOGGR technology (jog touch strip on the side of the device). It measures in at 111.5mm (L) x 62.5mm (W) x 12.8mm (T).
Today it officially appeared on the HTC European web site. Here is what we know in detail:
The stylish HTC S620 makes light work of hand-held email and document management on the go. This slim and compact messaging smartphone is one of the sharpest tools for business and busy people. Microsoft? Windows Mobile? 5.0 Smartphone with Direct Push technology gives you instant access to your emails, calendar and contacts anytime.
- Microsoft? Windows Mobile? 5.0 smartphone with instant access to your emails.
- Large 2.4 inch QVGA display with landscape mode.
- Quad-Band EDGE/GPRS, Wi-Fi? and Bluetooth? 2.0.
- One-handed operation with HTC JOGGR?.
- Integrated keyboard for easy text input.
- View your Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF documents on the go.
The official website is here:
No word yet on carriers or pricing ? but stay tuned.