HTC S730 SmartPhone US Version hits FCC

HTC S730 SmartPhone US Version hits FCC
HTC S730 SmartPhone US Version hits FCC. The FCC recently cleared the US edition of the S730, codenamed WING200. It looks like the US will be getting their own US-spec HTC S730 soon enough.

The FCC has dropped the ball on this US-bound handset that they’re internally calling the “WING200.” The FCC internal codename combined with the diagram of the FCC label leads us to believe that this handset is the US-version of the HTC S730 Wing. The only HTC S730 Wing on the market supports European 3G frequencies, so we’re glad to see that the successor to the hybrid keypad/keyboard-toting HTC S710 Vox will be bringing US-friendly 3G (HSDPA on the 850/1900Mhz bands) support to the table.

The US-spec HTC S730 Wing will likely have the same spec-sheet as its Euro-counterpart, with the exception of a US-compatible 3G radio. That means Windows Mobile 6.0 is the OS of choice, and the quirky keypad/keyboard that we loved on the HTC Vox will be making its second round in the US.

Details regarding the availability and price are not known at this time.
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