HTC’s newly launched P3300 personal navigation device will be its first handset to feature the latest TomTom NAVIGATOR 6 software and built-in GPS.
The announcement forms the initial phase of a deal which will see TomTom and HTC work closely together on future devices. Said Florian Seiche, Vice President of HTC Europe: “Being able to offer added value to our customers is extremely important to HTC. Our strong emphasis on innovation combined with TomTom’s expertise in navigation technology will create a winning combination for HTC customers.”
“The HTC P3300 with TomTom’s NAVIGATOR 6 software will contain a wide array of features, software and maps that will offer European customers high performance navigation solutions,” said Eric Pité, the Vice President of Product Management at TomTom.
Two-dimensional and three-dimensional maps are easy to install and view, says HTC, thanks to the P3300’s trackball and 2.8in colour screen.
The P3300 will be preinstalled either with a city map of choice or a complete set of maps for Western Europe.
The phone itself is a quad-band touchscreen device in the familiar HTC format, featuring WiFi and EDGE along with Microsoft’s Direct Push Email and an FM radio.
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