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Back in April of last year, HTC came clean with its Windows Mobile 6 upgrade plans. Fast forward to now, and the very same company is getting official with the cutoff plans. October 31st will be the very last day (no tricks, folks) for select Windows Mobile 5 users to get a free upgrade to WinMo 6

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October 21, 2008 at 4:59PM
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HTC's slowly coming around on Windows Mobile 6 upgrades for its full suite of recent self-branded handsets, thank goodness. Latest to get blessed is the P4350, HTC's very own rendition of its thin, EDGE-only QWERTY slider. Of course, if you've had a T-Mobile Wing, you've been feeling this love for q

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Sweaty palms, darting eyes, hyperventilation -- the anxiety attack induced by the knowledge that T-Mobile is without a clear-cut QWERTY solution from HTC can be downright frightening, we know. After seemingly euthanizing the MDA, customers of T-Mobile's US outpost have been sans a replacement in th

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Thanks largely to the lack of a 3G radio, we'd venture to guess that anticipation for HTC's Herald isn't building nearly as strongly as it did for the Hermes, but the 17 millimeter thick enclosure should be more than enough to woo a buyer or two away from their Wizard. As we'd previously mentioned,

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C'mon, HTC certainly wasn't fooling anyone after the Herald was unmasked and taken from under wraps, but now the QWERTY-packin' device is finally getting a proper nametag. The HTC P4350, while far from being a new release, will \"officially\" sport a slimmer enclosure than the Tytn and foolishly lack

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