The HTC Voyager comes by many names—the Xphone and the SPV E200. Released in the UK under the Orange name, the company has gained recognition as the first to produce a phone running on Microsoft’s smartphone software. With this iconic reputation, they have been able to gain the attention of the public. Their next release is the SPV E200, another remarkable device that marks itself as the first to run the new smartphone platform, Windows Mobile 2003. With an appearance similar to its predecessor, the SPV E200 comes with a few differences such as the addition of a built-in VGA camera on its rear. Powered by a 132 MHz TI OMAP 710 processor, the SPV E200 is able to run different applications smoothly. With a SD/MMC card slot, the SPV E200’s memory can be expanded if the internal storage capacity of 32 MB is still not enough. Among the notable features of the SPV E200 include its voice call management, WAP, voice memo, polyphonic ringtone, and most especially, its Bluetooth connectivity. Not to mention, the phone comes pre-equipped with third-party applications such as Pocket Slide Show, Dockware, and Rebound game. The SPV E200 comes with a removable battery that has a talk time of up to 3 hours and a stand-by mode of 72 hours.
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