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O2 detachable QWERTY Xda Flint on its way

Now here’s some news, the HTC Advantage has moved over to O2, and according to the O2 product page the Advantage can be used as either an Xda Flint style normal touch-screen mobile phone or as a mini laptop.

The Xda Flint is pretty much a standard Advantage X7510 that’s had the O2 branding stamped on it and renamed the Xda Flint which offers a detachable QWERTY keyboard.

Other Xda Flint features include a 5 inch VGA touch-screen, 624MHz processor, Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, ATI graphics chip, 3 megapixel camera, quad-band GSM connectivity, HSDPA, and built-in GPS. Although as yet there is no word on pricing or availability.

Source — my-xda

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    robert barrett says:

    SOOOOOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL but I can only imagine its going to cost some megabuckssssss! Who cares, gotta have it!

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