But when I saw the first data of the HTC Shift I loved it, both by functionality as by design, official specifications which show just kicked out a little behind.
It incorporates two processors, since the Shift is capable of booting both under Windows Vista and Windows Mobile 6, depending on what you need in every situation. It is an Intel Stealey 800 MHz and a Qualcomm MSM to 400 Mhz. The RAM is 1 GB and 40 GB hard disk, taking as a point against which is mechanical rather than using flash memory.
The display has a size of 7 inches and a maximum resolution of 800 x 480. If we use it with Windows Vista is compatible with Aero.
Connectivity is guaranteed, as it could not be otherwise with a terminal of this type. Support of GSM quad-band, 3G and HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0. In addition, there is a connector USB 2.0, SD card reader, a webcam, microphone and speakers, and a VGA output.
The downside is its autonomy, only 2 hours running on Windows Vista and its weight of 800 grams, for my slightly high considering the small size of the screen. The price nothing accurate is known, but it is to imagine that it will be around who had the HTC Advantage when it is put on sale.
UPDATE: HTC insists that it does not have Windows Mobile 6, but only a reduced version, with some Windows Mobile applications, serving to make it function as a mobile phone and to receive mail in push mode. Well, to my it seems to me that if is Windows Mobile, although important applications missing. That Yes, does not allow voice in that way calls.