Bell Mobility released HTC 6800 / Mogul

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In case you missed, the successor to PPC 6700 is out. It is a neat Pocket PC Phone (or in new terms Windows Mobile Professional).

It is a neat unit and if you don't mind a three year contract, $200 is a steal. The key features are:

* Microsoft® Windows Mobile™ 6.0 Professional
* Microsoft® Word, Excel®, PowerPoint® and Outlook® Mobile
* Wi-Fi®
* Auto-sliding QWERTY keyboard
* 5-way navigation control and scroll wheel
* Bluetooth®
* Speakerphone
* 2.0 megapixel digital camera and camcorder
* Microsoft® Windows Media® Player Mobile
* Internet Explorer Mobile
* Windows Live®
* 64MB SDRAM/256MB Flash ROM
* Expandable MicroSD memory card slot
* 110 x 59mm x 18.5 mm
* 165g with battery
* 2.8" TFT touch screen LCD display

I wish they'd use a bit more RAM with the unit, 64 can be low. The rest of the specs are good, and surprisingly Bell released a device with Wifi :)

Posted 7/28/2007 3:00:00 AM @ 23:02:00 | Smartphones/Pocket PC


Just wondering if you know when telus will be offering this model as well... I have the telus 6700 and its getting old... would love to see this model from Telus....with Wifi, a good battery and a great speaker phone.

Any review on this model?

Posted by MyPhone on 8/6/2007 3:00:00 AM

Havent heard anything from Telus about this model. But I am sure they'll offer it soon

I haven't upgraded my Bell Treo 700wx, as I don't use it that frequently. I prefer mostly GSM Windows Mobile devices, as they are easier to switch. (My current one is a Motorola Q9H)

Posted by Sems on 8/7/2007 3:00:00 AM

Must have been a sleepy night :)

Telus's P4000 is actually a HTC Mogul. I hope they'll offer WM6 upgrade soon, but hardwarewise they are same.


Posted by Sems on 8/7/2007 3:00:00 AM

Can any body guide me how to enable JAVASCRIPT in my HTC MOGUL 6800 pocket pc.

Thank you for your help.

Posted by phani (email) on 8/22/2007 3:00:00 AM

Can any body guide me how to enable JAVASCRIPT in my HTC MOGUL 6800 pocket pc?

Posted by jackson (email) on 5/1/2008 3:00:00 AM

Pocket IE supports a limited subset of Javascript and it is already enabled. There is no way for the end user to enable/disable it.

Posted by Sems on 5/2/2008 3:00:00 AM

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