HTC Excalibur on Rogers as the 'S621'

The smartphone's features are the same

By on March 17th, 2007 08:06 GMT
The handset that was manufactured by HTC and is known as the S620 or Excalibur is now going to be available through Rogers.

The Excalibur has shown up on Rogers' website and will be sold as the 'S621'. It's a pretty good device for Rogers to add to its Windows Mobile phone lineup as it sports a TI OMAP 850 processor, 128MB ROM , 64MB RAM, Bluetooth and WiFI, and quad-band EDGE support.

It also comes with a full QWERTY keyboard which enables users to easily compose documents, emails or text even while on the go. Providing quick and easy access to personal and business email as well as other business related features, the Excalibur is a very convenient device for office use and can be considered a tool for increased productivity.

While not at work, users will also be able to enjoy taking snapshots with the 1.3 megapixel camera, or listen to music stored on the phone's internal memory or on a MicroSD memory card. File formats supported include AAC, AMR, WMA, WAV and MP3. Since the device is powered by Windows Mobile 5 for Smartphone, it will also come with the usual applications like office file readers, Outlook Mobile and others.

The Excalibur is also convenient due to its size. At 13mm thin and weighing 130 grams , the S621 can easily be used with only one hand. It will last for up to 5 hours of talk time and around 220 hours on standby. The release date hasn't been made official so far and there's also no information regarding the price.
The HTC Excalibur
   The HTC Excalibur
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