Alex (nedge2k)

HTC Cavalier (CAVA100): Unboxed and Postponed

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A while back we told you about the upcoming HTC Cavalier, the slender successor to the Excalibur with HSDA. Well, TheBoyGeniusReport have scored a hands on with the device and have taken a few shots of it being "unboxed". Obviously, it's not retail packaging but you get the idea...

Specs for this device are as follows:

  • WM5 for Smartphone (no Crossbow?)
  • 400Mhz Samsung CPU
  • 128MB ROM
  • 64MB RAM
  • 2MP Camera
  • Tri-Band 3G/HSDPA
  • 802.11g WiFi
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • QVGA landscape screen
  • microSD

Don't start saving for this device just yet though, The BGR article says that:

HTC sent out a memo to all distributors saying this device has been "postponed indefinitely".

Personally, I don't see it happening but then I said that about the MPx300, so who knows! :)

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Now that is one very sexy looking device.. and i am not seeing alot of those right now. it even looks like it feels nice, if you get what i mean!? :)

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Yeah! i know what you mean... i think i have to experience one at some point though... i am getting a bit annoyed of getting the little stick out in public and using that (so to speak) on my peice of aging technology...

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Since geting my Dash my perfect device is a dash/ cavalier size PPC with similar spec to the cavalier.

Failing that, I'd settle for the cavalier (ie. SP)

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