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  1. Alpine - Alpine.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Alpine variants in here. These devices include the XDA 2i and iMate PDA 2.

    120
    posts
  2. Artemis / Love - Artemis.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Artemis in here. These devices include the HTC P3330 and the T-Mobile MDA Compact III.

    750
    posts
  3. Athena - Athena.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Athena in here. These devices include the HTC Advantage, T-Mobile Ameo and the Dopod U1000.

    284
    posts
  4. Atlas - Atlas.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Atlas variants in here. These devices include the T-Mobile Wing and the O2 XDA Terra.

    128
    posts
  5. Blackstone - Blackstone.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Blackstone variants in here. These devices include the Touch HD.

    2,122
    posts
  6. Blue Angel - BlueAngel.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Blue Angel variants in here. These devices include the Orange SPV M2000, T-Mobile MDA III, O2 XDA IIs and Siemens SX66.

    4,426
    posts
  7. Breeze - Breeze.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Breeze in here. These devices include the i-mate SPJAS, HTC MTeoR and the SPV C700.

    496
    posts
  8. Canary / Tanager - Canary.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Canary / Tanager variants in here. These devices include the SPV, SPV E100, Smart Amazing Phone, i-Mate Smartphone and QTek 7070.

    5,284
    posts
  9. Captain - Captain.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Captain variants in here. These devices include the HTC Snap.

    7
    posts
  10. Charmer - Charmer.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Charmer variants in here. These devices include the MDA Compact II.

    621
    posts
  11. Diamond - Diamond.MoDaco.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Diamond in here. These devices include the HTC Touch Diamond and the T-Mobile MDA Compact IV.

    3,665
    posts
  12. Elf / Touch - Touch.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Elf variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch and the T-Mobile MDA Touch.

    1,282
    posts
  13. Excalibur - Excalibur.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Excalibur in here. These devices include the HTC S620 and the T-Mobile Dash.

    1,363
    posts
  14. Herald - Herald.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Herald and variants in here. These devices include the HTC P4350.

    77
    posts
  15. Hermes - Hermes.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Hermes and variants in here. These devices include the HTC TyTN and Orange SPV M3100.

    14,127
    posts
  16. Himalaya - Himalaya.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Himalaya variants in here. These devices include the Orange SPV M1000 and O2 XDA2.

    263
    posts
  17. Hurricane & Variants - Hurricane.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Hurricane and variants in here. These devices include the C550.

    5,470
    posts
  18. Jade - Jade.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Jade variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch 3G.

    35
    posts
  19. Juno / Phoebus - Juno.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Juno / Phoebus in here. These devices include the T-Mobile Shadow.

    2,626
    posts
  20. Kaiser - Kaiser.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Kaiser variants in here. These devices include the HTC P4550 and the T-Mobile MDA Vario III.

    14,678
    posts
  21. Leo - Leo.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Leo variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch HD2.

    1,208
    posts
  22. Magician - Magician.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Magician variants in here. These devices include the iMate Jam and T-Mobile MDA T-Mobile MDA Compact.

    8,024
    posts
  23. Mega - Mega.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Mega variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch2.

    4
    posts
  24. Mogul - Mogul.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Mogul variants in here. These devices include the Sprint Mogul.

    7
    posts
  25. Monet - Monet.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Money in here. These devices include the Virgin Mobile Lobster 700TV.

    257
    posts
  26. Niki - Niki.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Niki variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch Dual.

    779
    posts
  27. Oxygen - Oxygen.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Excalibur in here. These devices include the HTC S310 and the SPV C100.

    56
    posts
  28. Photon - Photon.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Photon in here.

    6
    posts
  29. Polaris - Polaris.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Polaris variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch Cruise and the O2 XDA Orbit 2.

    64
    posts
  30. Prophet - Prophet.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Prophet variants in here. These devices include the Dopod 818 Pro and iMate JamIn

    2,566
    posts
  31. Raphael - http://Raphael.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Raphael variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch Pro and the T-Mobile MDA Vario IV.

    520
    posts
  32. Rhodium - Rhodium.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Rhodium variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch Pro2.

    199
    posts
  33. Rose - Rose.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Rose variants in here. These devices include the HTC S740.

    127
    posts
  34. Shift - Shift.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss topics related to the HTC Shift, HTC's first foray into the UMPC market, in here!

    88
    posts
  35. StrTrk - StrTrk.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC STRTrk in here. These devices include the QTek 8500 and the iMate SmartFlip.

    1,323
    posts
  36. Titan - Titan.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Titan variants in here. These devices include the HTC P4000.

    16
    posts
  37. Topaz - Topaz.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Topaz variants in here. These devices include the HTC Touch Diamond2.

    120
    posts
  38. Tornado / Faraday & Variants - Tornado.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Tornado / Faraday and variants in here. These devices include the QTek 8310, iMate SP5 and the SPV C600.

    14,478
    posts
  39. Trinity - Trinity.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Trinity in here. These devices include the HTC P3600 and the Orange SPV M700.

    995
    posts
  40. Typhoon & Variants - Typhoon.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Typhoon and variants in here. These devices include the C500 / Audiovox SMT5600 / SP3 / SP3i / SDA / SDA Music and QTek 8010.

    27,773
    posts
  41. Universal - Universal.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Universal variants in here. These devices include the T-Mobile MDA Pro, the iMate JasJar and Orange SPV M5000.

    4,128
    posts
  42. Vox - Vox.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Vox in here. These devices include the SPV E650 and the HTC S710.

    7,428
    posts
  43. Voyager - Voyager.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Voyager variants in here. These devices include the SPV E200, O2 XPhone and QTek 8080.

    13,966
    posts
  44. Wallaby - Wallaby.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Wallaby variants in here. These devices include the O2 XDA.

    20
    posts
  45. Wings - Wings.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Wings in here. These devices include the HTC S730.

    220
    posts
  46. Wizard - Wizard.MoDaCo.com

    Discuss issues specific to the HTC Wizard and variants in here. These devices include the T-Mobile MDA Vario and the iMate KJam.

    7,964
    posts
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    • The ioutdoor have made an appearance on the official facebook of their new model(iputdoor polar3), they showed the back cover appearance and design and give some interactive activities. “Tough and hard” maybe the first image from the picture, of course, the official have confirmed that it also follow the company route with professional IP68 certification.  More surprising, some news from China technology spread that, the coming model of ioutdoor will adopt 5G internet. As we all know from the second half of 2018, 5G internet is the most popular topic in the smartphone filed and will be the most important competition features in 2019. ioutdoor as the innovative rugged smartphone manufacturer, so it is not strange here if the manufacturer update and release the latest 5G internet to get more market share.  Also from the picture, it seems that this model more tough and rugged than the ioutdoor x from the appearance, and it should be pack dual cameras and rear finger sensor, which vertically arrangement. From some ambiguous message released in the official facebook, we can give a dare guess: this model will have good performance in battery, photography and storage.  The appearance have show to us, but the detail specification didn’t reveal now, please pay more attention the the official site www.ioutdoor.cc  and facebook page to get the latest information and update.  
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