The handset (we use the term loosely) also benefits from an 8gb hard drive, plus a miniSD slot just in case that’s not enough.
With regards to connectivity, the Ameo is reputed to be HSDPA/UMTS Tri-mode (2100MHz for Europe and 850/1900MHz for USA) and GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad band (850/900/1800/1900), and comes with bluetooth 2.0 and in-built WiFi.
Not enough? Then maybe the 624mhz processor running Windows Mobile, 3 mega pixel and forward-facing VGA cameras, and the built-in GPS chip set will satiate you.
The Ameo should be available within the next month, exclusive to T-Mobile. After a few weeks it should get wider roll-out as the HTC Athena.
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