Htc S710: Cutting Edge Technology for Reliable Connectivity

By: Darlene Kaitlene

The communication gadgets market is being bombarded with a plethora of smartphones. Chatting is not the only task that people want to do with their mobiles. Mobiles are increasingly being used as a tool not only for voice communication but also for data communication.

HTC S710 is a latest entry in the arena of smartphones. It has actually entered with a bang. Its slim and sleek design is quite enchanting. It is also quite lightweight (120g). So, it fits into the pocket easily and thus you can carry it with you wherever you go. S710 boasts of the being one of the first mobile devices to run Windows Mobile 6.0 operating system. The Windows Mobile 6.0 standard platform provides enhanced busines and enterprise tools coupled with a rich and user-friendly interface.

With the semi auto-sliding QWERTY keyboard of this smartphone, text inputting was never so pleasurable. You can compose e-mails and type SMS text messages.

HTC S710 is a quad-band GSM phone with support for the GPRS/EDGE technology. It has 802.11b/g Wi-Fi capability and Bluetooth as a result of which it can link with wireless headsets and hands-free car kits.

You can use this phone for e-mailing. With S710, you can receive e-mails instantly through the DirectPush technology. It is a standard phone for voice calls.

The Windows Mobile 6.0 standard platform facilitates easy viewing of Microsoft documents, such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Powerpoint as well as PDF files. So, you can carry on with your business work even when you are on a business trip.

The 2 megapixel camera helps you to capture scintillating pictures and you can see the pictures on the 2.4" screen display.

So, HTC S710 is not just a chatting device but a business and pleasure device that help you to stay in touch with your co-workers even when you are trotting round the globe.

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