The HTC Canary is one of the early handsets that run on the Pocket PC 2002 Phone Edition mobile operating system, which would later evolve into Windows Mobile in later years. Also known as the Orange SPV, it packs a TI OMAP chip and features 16 megabytes of random access memory (RAM). The device’s screen comes with a resolution of 176 by 220 pixels and uses thin film transistor (TFT) technology. One good feature of the HTC Canary smartphone is that it is integrated with Microsoft Outlook, which allows the device to support push email. On top of that, the handset can also support mobile versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and even the Internet Explorer web browser. The device also comes pre-installed with MSN Messenger, IM client, and Windows Media Player. In terms of battery, the HTC Canary features one that has a capacity of 1,000 mAh, which provides the user with 2.5 hours of talk time (average use is around 10 to 11 hours) and stand-by time of 72 hours. Other features include USB, computer sync, and infrared connectivity; multiple phone profile options; vibration; speakerphone mode; voice dialing, voice command, and voice recording capabilities. Its dimensions are 4.57 by 1.89 by 0.87 inches and weighs 4.23 ounces.
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