Two other phones from HTC were unveiled at 3GSM this week. Neither of them are nearly as big as the portly HTC Advantage though, with the HTC Vox being smartphone-sized and the HTC Love being Artemis-sized.
We do like when HTC releases new phones, but we're not that impressed with these. The Vox (S710), like we saw before, is a smartphone running Windows Mobile 6 and has a slide-out keyboard. That's great, and the 2.4-inch screen, Mobile Office support, and the sliding keyboard makes this a pretty good combination between portability and usability. But there's nothing revolutionary about this phone.
The same goes for the Love (P3350), which has 256MB of internal memory (that's a lot), but ditches the GPS found in the Artemis. Other than that, this is supposed to be a music phone, with the built-in front music buttons and the "HTC RollR" trackball. It's a decent phone—don't get us wrong—but only slightly upgraded from HTC's previous offerings.
Press Release [3G.co.uk]