HTC P4000 / Telus & HTC P4000 / Sprint & HTC Mogul / Qwest & HTC Mogul / Alltel & HTC PPC6800 / Bell & HTC PPC6800 / UTStarcom PPC6800 / UTStarcom & Verizon XV6800 / Telecom New Zealand & HTC Titan / U.S. Cellular PPC6800
- Display: 65K color transflective TFT color LCD. Screen size diagonally: 2.8". Resolution: 240 x 320, supports both portrait and landscape modes.
- Battery: Lithium Ion rechargeable. Battery is user replaceable. 1500 mA. 2100 mA extended battery available for purchase. 4 hours claimed talk time on standard battery.
- Performance: Qualcomm MSM7500 400 MHz processor (dual core 400MHz ARM11 application processor and 133MHz ARM9). 64 MB built-in RAM (55 megs available). 256 MB Flash ROM with 155 megs available. 64 megs RAM with 26 free at boot.
- Size: 4.33” x 2.32” x 0.73”. Weight: 5.8 ounces.
- Phone: CDMA dual band digital 800/1900MHz. Data: EVDO rev 0, upgraded to Rev A first in March 2008 with the Sprint 3.35.xx OS & radio ROM updates.
- GPS: GPSOne aGPS chipset. First officially activated in March 2008 with the Sprint 3.35.xx OS & radio ROM updates.
- Camera: 2.0MP with a white LED 'flash'
- Audio: Built in speaker, mic and HTC ExtUSB stereo headphone jack. Stereo headset included. Voice Recorder and Windows Pocket Media Player 10 included for your MP3 pleasure.
- Networking: Integrated WiFi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 2.0.
- Software: Windows Mobile 6.0 Profession Edition operating system -- WM 5 with original June-August 2007 Telus releases. Microsoft Mobile Office suite including Mobile versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint (view only), Internet Explorer, and Outlook. Also included: Esmertec Java VM, Cyberon Voice Dialing, Pictures and Videos, MSN Instant Messenger, Windows Live, Windows Media Player 10, Solitaire, Bubble Breaker (game), Voice Recorder as well as handwriting recognition. Additional applications: Camera, Wireless Manager, MS Bluetooth software, On Demand (Handmark Express), Adobe Reader LE, Audible Player, link to get Good's messaging client, Zip (unzipping application), Sprint Software Store, Sprint Music (coming in July), Clear Storage (wipes out all data and resets unit to factory defaults). ActiveSync 4.5 and Outlook 2007 trial edition for PCs included.
- Expansion: 1 MicroSD slot. 512MB MicroSD card included with some carriers. SDHC (> 2GB) are supported with Windows Mobile 6.x.
- CDMA + GPS Chipset: Qualcomm RFR6500
- LED control IC: Durel DR381B-C33
- 800/850MHz Analog transmitter: Qualcomm RFT6150
- AMPS/CDMA LPAM Transmitter: Anadigics AWT6137
- PCS/CDMA LPAM Transmitter: Anadigics AWT6138
- Bluetooth: Texas Instruments BlueLink 5.0 BRF6300
- Touch Screen/Battery Meter/Temperature IC: Texas Instruments TSC2003/BC2003
- LCD Pulse-Width Light Modulator: Texas Instruments PWL 1251A
- CPLD IC: Xilinx CoolRunner-II (2C128)
- Power Management IC: Qualcomm PM7500
- CPU/GPU/Decoder: Qualcomm MSM7500
- Memory: Samsung 634 KAG001002M-DGGY MCP 246MB NAND/64MB DDR DRAM
- Display: Hitachi TX0705APAA0 2.8" 320x240 65K colors
- Serial Configuration Device: Altera DP
- Model No. TITA100
- FCC ID NM8TITA100
- 0.869W/kg (CDMA850)
- 1.130W/kg (CDMA1900)
- 0.331W/kg (WLAN-802.11b)
- 0.161W/kg (WLAN-802.11g)
- 0.00372W/kg (Bluetooth)
- 0.922W/kg (1xEDVO850)
- 0.815W/kg (CDMA850)
- 0.544W/kg (1xEDVO 1900)
- 0.422W/kg (CDMA1900)
- 0.034W/kg (WLAN- 802.11b)
- 0.025W/kg (WLAN- 802.11g)
- 0.00167W/kg (Bluetooth)
- Titan For Beginners
- types of resets, installing software, basic file types, enter into the bootloader, what are your options, etc..
- Titan GPS FAQ
- What can I do with a kitchen???
- description of the general structure and contents of a ROM building Kitchen
Problems and Questions
(!Pleeeease read here before posting on the Forum):
- Common questions in the TitanFAQ
- Common upgrading problems explained and solved
- ActiveSync troubleshooting
- AGPS Fix for Verizon Wireless Users
- Experimental GPS Fix for those not on Sprint
- My Audio Adapter quit when I upgraded the ROM! Help!
ROM Flashing Guides
Upgrading Custom ROMs/Kitchens & associated radios with flashing guides
WARNING! When flashing a device via USB(Activesync) connection, DO NOT connect the device to a hub. This will cause problems and may interfere with other devices connected to the hub and result in a failed ROM flash. Alternatively, avoid all connection issues by flashing via MicroSD card (must be 2GB or less, or non-SDHC. Cards formatted for FAT32 with a 1024 cluster size. Cards less than 512MB may not work well formatted this way.)
Titan with GPS Home Page - Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1 with GPS & EVDO Rev A
Downgrading -- Official Carrier ROMs & associated radios with flashing guides
Titan Stock Home Page - Returning to a Stock ROM
Hacks & Tweaks
TitanMemoryMap Status Update:
The coders for the Google Android project have been working hard on kernel patches for the Qualcomm msm7k processors. The mogul uses the msm7500 and these patches found at the following link supposedly boot on these processors.
Link to announcement: http://lists.arm.linux.org.uk/pipermail/linux-arm-kernel/2007-November/043153.html
Link to git repository: http://git.android.com/?p=linux-msm.git
Android is now running at least partially on the Titan. You can make and receive calls and browse the web. However, the keyboard is not yet functional. See http://it029000.massey.ac.nz/vogue/ for more details.
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- Bell HTC 6800 (HTC Titan 100) specs
- U.S. Cellular PPC6800 (HTC Titan 100) specs