Universal… so will this work anywhere in the universe? Not quite, but it's not beyond the realm of possibility. Consider this: it's the world's first PocketPC mobile phone with 3G and Windows Mobile 5.0 OS. This is what HTC calls 'Universal'. Why not?
The swiveling VGA touch screen reveals a 'QWERTY' keypad and an outstanding display with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The VGA display moves about its hinges; folds over the keypad to use as a traditional touch sensitive PDA device. Its sleek body also sports twin cameras; one at the back and the other in front alongside the display.
Connectivity is astonishingly flexible thanks to UMTS (3G) and Wi-Fi along with tri-band GSM and GPRS. Needless to say, Universal has Bluetooth and a USB PC interface. Microsoft adds more punch to the unrivaled device by providing the latest version of Windows Mobile, which not only flaunts a better look-and-feel, but also retains information even when the battery is depleted.
But that's not all! There is slot for expandable memory in the form of an SD card, which is in addition to the inbuilt 96 MB ROM and 128 MB of RAM. The heart pumping behind all the eminent features is a whopping 520 MHz Processor. Drool… drool!