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After 'Galaxy', 'Artemis'

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Handset maker HTC is preparing the successor to 'Galaxy', the company's PDA phone with a built-in GPS receiver. The new model, dubbed 'Artemis', improves on the older device with a slicker look, a quad-band, EDGE-capable cellular radio and a two megapixel digicam.

So claims a Navigadget report filed recently. The site's list of Artemis specifications also includes a 200MHz Texas Instruments OMAP 850 CPU, 64MB of RAM, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, a MicroSD card slot and a 1,250mAh battery.

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Like Galaxy, Artemis is a Window Mobile 5.0 Phone Edition gadget, incorporates Bluetooth and sports a 2.8, 240 x 320 display. The report has the release window down as Q3, which we're now almost halfway through. ®

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