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Verizon gets the HTC Vox incarnated as the UTStarcom SMT5800

‘Tis the season for product releases, and we’ve got a couple of gems destined for Verizon’s network to share with you. First up is Verizon’s take on the HTC Vox, known from here on out as the UT Starcom SMT5800. This is, as you may have surmised, the CDMA version of HTC’s slick Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition QWERTY slider. It’s small, light, and quick, with no touchscreen to slow you down (or speed you up, depending on your preference). The SMT5800 will sport Ev-DO out of the gate, upgradeable to Rev. A whenever the head honcho’s see fit. Other specs include a 2 megapixel camera, 128 MB of flash/64 MB of RAM, microSD slot, and Bluetooth 2.0. Nothing revolutionary, but it’s a solid addition to Verizon’s steadily growing Windows Mobile lineup. Yeah, baby! Check out a full res shot of the handset after the jump.

Thanks, Omie!


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