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[Q] A device similar to Athena

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By smuppy, Senior Member on 8th March 2011, 01:25 PM
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I’m looking for a device similar to HTC Advantage 7510, but cant seem to find one. Requirements are:

5-7" screen
GSM 900+1800
WCDMA 2100
Minimum 4GB storage
SDMini/micro compatible
Touch screen...
Preferably a fast CPU
Last but not least... Windows Mobile 6.1 or 6.5 (6.1 preferred...)

The rumoured HTC Thoth (which then later became Leo if I’m not incorrect?) was almost perfect when the info was leaked...

I need the robustness of the 7510, the housing is very good imho. We use them at work and now our software is becoming a bit too demanding for these devices, they are simply not capable of handling GIS-maps with several layers.

So, does anyone know if any device which meet the reqs above? Price is not an issue really. We are considering moving to HTC Flyer but of course it runs Android which means that we will have to port shitload of code to make our software work properly, that will take maybe 5-6 months so you see why we are a bit... hesitant on making that move.

If anyone knows anything, please let me know here.
8th March 2011, 09:19 PM |#2  
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Win mobile is on the way down. So don't expect new devices to come out with it.
26th May 2011, 12:26 AM |#3  
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try a viliv s5 or other, same size, and run windows 7 or xp.
have gps and 3g.
16th June 2011, 11:39 AM |#4  
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Dell Streak phone.
Dell streak
I have it, replacing my old X7510, and I like it a lot.
5" screen, faster and very slim. And strong too.

It works on android, but I recommend you to look further for suitable software.
Like this GiS application.
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