Positioned as a smartphone for people with global roaming needs, the HTC Himalayas handset has a few interesting features. It runs on the Windows Mobile Professional (2003 SE) operating system and packs a modest 400 MegaHertz single core Intel XScale PXA263 processor, supported with 128 megabytes of random access memory (RAM). Its display screen uses thin film transistor (TFT) technology while logging a resolution of 240 by 320 pixels, capable of displaying all 65,536 colors. As for its camera, it has a built-in 0.3 megapixel VGA camera that has CMOS image sensor and can also serve as a camcorder for recording short videos. Battery-wise, it has a 1,200 mAh battery that offers about 3 to 4 hours of talk time and about 5 days of stand-by time. The HTC Himalayas also supports Bluetooth, USB, computer sync, and infrared. Its other features include polyphonic ringtones, vibration, speakerphone, and even voice recording. The HTC Himalayas smartphone is known by many other variant names. These include the T-Mobile MDA II, the O2 XDA II, or the Qtek 2020. Physical specifications are as follows: 5.12 inches in height, 2.76 inches in width, 0.75 inches in thickness; 6.53 ounces in weight.
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