|display||2.4 ″ 64k color 320 × 240 ( QVGA ) LCD|
|Main camera||2 megapixels|
|Current operating system||Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard|
|processor||ARM Ti-OMAP 850 200 MHz|
|Internal memory||128 MB flash memory|
|Further radio connections|
The HTC S710 Vox is a smartphone from High Tech Computer Corporation (HTC). The S710 was presented at the 3GSM World Congress in February 2007 and marketed in Germany from May of the same year. It was the first smartphone with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0 to hit the market. It is also the first Windows Mobile smartphone that has both a numeric and a German alphanumeric keyboard.
- Screen: 2.4 ″ TFT LCD (Hitachi TX06D10VM0AAA)
- Resolution: 320 × 240 (QVGA) at 131 dpi
- Input: 36-key QWERTY keyboard / numeric keyboard
- Camera: 2.0 MP CMOS camera on the back (Lite-On DCM-200MES)
- Processor: Ti-OMAP 850 (ARM) 200 MHz CPU
- Memory: Flash ROM : 128 MB (usable: ≈52 MB), RAM: 64 MB SDRAM (free ≈24 MB)
- Memory expansion: SDIO / MMC card slot (official SDHC support)
- Network standards: Quad-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
- Cable connections: Client mini USB-B connection with charging function ( USB ) ExtUSB
- Wireless connections: Bluetooth 2.0, WLAN 802.11b / g
- Standard battery capacity: 1050 mAh
The internal flash memory is divided into 128 MB ROM and 64 MB RAM.
The HTC S710 has a built-in "engineering display". To call it up, dial * # * # 364 # * # *. You get an overview of GSM, AMR and GPRS details.
Variants and brandings
The HTC S710 is also available as:
- HTC S711
- Dopod C500 / Dopod C730
- Vodafone VDA V / Vodafone v1415 / Vodafone v7505
- SFR S710
- Orange SPV E650
- Swisscom XPA v1415
The device variants of the providers sometimes have a slightly modified appearance, but always the same hardware, while the ROMs are different.
Windows Mobile 6.1 and Windows Mobile 6.5
The only official version of Windows Mobile for the HTC S710 is version 6.0 standard. Unofficial, newer operating systems (so-called ROMs ) are also offered on the Internet . However, this only works if a modified Second Program Loader (SPL) (also called USPL or SoftSPL) is used.
- Ingo Pakalski: First smartphone with Windows Mobile 6 from HTC. February 14, 2007. Retrieved from golem.de on May 21, 2009.