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The T-Mobile Dash (also known as HTC Excalibur) is a Windows Mobile Smartphone that is powered by a less than impressive TI OMAP 850 200 MHz processor. The sporty looking Dash phone features a wonderful spacious full QWERTY keyboard and big 2.4-inch TFT LCD screen, which makes the Dash phone an excellent mobile workstation. Besides that, the Dash phone also comes equipped with Windows Media Player that plays almost all popular music files that you can think of, Wi-Fi, a 1.3-Megapixel digital camera with 8x digital zoom, Stereo Bluetooth output, and a microSD memory expansion slot that allows you to upgrade phone’s memory. Since the Dash phone is a quad-band GSM phone it can work in any country in the world.

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T-Mobile Dash (HTC Excalibur) Features and Specifications

Hardware Specifications

NetworkGSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Weight4.6 oz / 130.4 g
Size / Dimension 4.4″ (Length) x 2.5″ (Width) x 0.5″ (Height)


11.18 cm (Length) x 6.35 cm (Width) x 1.27 cm
Processor TI OMAP 850 200 MHz
ROM128 MB
RAM64 MB SDRAM
Operating System Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphone) version 5, with AKU 3
Internal LCD Screen2.4-inch 65K colors TFT LCD screen (320 x 240 pixels)
External LCD ScreenNo
Battery Type Lithium Ion 960 mAh
Battery Life Talk: 5 hours
Standby: 216 hours (9 days)
Internal Memory Space23 MB
SpeakerphoneYes
Expandable Memory SlotYes. MicroSD (TransFlash)
QWERTY Keyboard

Yes

Voice Activated DialingYes
GPS System / GPS NavigationNo

Email, Messanging and Office Functionalities

EmailYes. Supports IMAP / POP3 / SMTP. Supports Microsoft Exchange Direct Push
EMSYes
MMSYes
Internet Browsing / WAPYes. WAP 2.0 (xHTML)
Voice MemoYes
Instant MessagingAOL® Instant Messengerâ�¢ (AIM®), MSN® Messenger (via Pocket MSN), ICQ®, Yahoo!®

Digital Camera

Mega Pixel1.3
AutoFocusNo
Selft-TimerYes
Maximum Resolution1028 x 1024 pixels
Zoom8x Digital Zoom
White BalanceYes

Music and Audio

MP3 PlayerYes. Windows Media Player Mobile. Supports MP3, AMR, AAC, WAV, WMA Music Files
PlaylistYes
ShuffleYes

Video and Camcorder

Video PlayerYes. Windows Media Player. Supports MPEG4 and H.263 Video Files
Video RecorderYes

Connectivity

BluetoothYes
Bluetooth Stereo Headset (A2DP)Yes
InfraredNo
Wi-Fi (WLAN)Yes
USBYes. miniUSB
TV OutputNo
HeadPhone Jack (2.5mm)Yes
Computer SynchronizationYes

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User Reviews

  1. Lonnie Miami Says:

    the t mobile dash is the best phone out , the phone has so many of the things that u may wnat u have ur e-mail , ur internet , not mobile web internet there so much u can to while accesing email & browse thru web sites . u can irder from e-bay , change ur profile & check & respond to people on ur my space . if u ever needed to put music , videos , tv shows can be accessed with the help of a 2g or 4gb micro-sd memory card , which are very inexpensive online or at best buy or radio shack , e-bay , tiger-direct.com; the dash is great the windows mobile feature is great rhetoric same music on ur computer can be accessed with no problem from the dash , battery life is good , can connects with any & all bluetooth . the phone is great just go to tMobile .com & compare it to other models or go google.com cell & tech & compare it .

  2. Richard Says:

    The t-mobile dash is a great phone i have it with windows mobile 6 and the volume bar works great on my phone because you have to slide you finger up or down its not like a button that you press to put the volume down or up, i also got confused the first time i used it but it a great overall phone.

  3. david Says:

    Lonnie, 2GB is max for SD memory expansion

  4. Laura Says:

    is 2gb the max for SD memory expansion, even with windows mobile 6.0?

  5. Jenny Says:

    The T-mobile Dash is the best phone I’ve had. It’s a strong, durable, multi-functional, fun phone. The camera quality is GREAT. I was annoyed at first with the volume bar, but then I figured out you just have to slide your finger up or down, its not a button. I love it. I HIGHLY recommend it!

  6. freeza Says:

    is there a reason why you keep pressing on the screen like it’s a touch screen phone?….

  7. i ken jimenez Says:

    i had the phone a little more than a year it is awesome trying it as a touch screen for me is force of habbit as my treo went bad lol but youll get used to the non touch screen

  8. Johnny Says:

    I have stumbled with a problem. The camera and video software included after 3 months of use fails to load or function. Seems to be a bug of some sort. The worst part of this is it hasn’t been able to work ever again after I tried everything to restore the functionality, from hard reset, reinstalling the rom etc. I have shiped it back for a replacement… To bad, it is a nice phone but with bugs…

  9. fay Says:

    yea this phone is pretty cool , but it has so many bugs
    1) the alarm clock goes off whenever
    2) You have to go online and update it to accomodate daylight savings time.

    its a cool phone, but overall tmobile could have done a better job.

  10. fay Says:

    oh and it seems the highest sd micro card is 2gb. you can check this here:

    http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/File/Compatibility/Mobile_max-capacity_Compatibility_list_2007-07-24.pdf

  11. brandon Says:

    is the t-mobile dash going to put a network push for the phone or are we screwed into upgrading or should i say downgrading because i love my dash

  12. maja Says:

    im still confused about this cp…everytime i used the camera the picture is so blured..pls help me to adjust the settings of my camera..tnx

  13. gunni Says:

    i have a 8gb in my htc s620… dunno what your sayn about 2gb………. best phone out

  14. mel Says:

    i have a 8gb in mine as well….i have no idea where the “2gb max” came from…..

    best phone i have had yet and ive had no bugs. ive had blackberrys and to me the dash is the most user friendly yet simple, ut also very organized and great for work!

  15. Lareno04 Says:

    If you install Windows Mobile 6.1, the 2gb sd card memory limitation will be gone forever! I am now using a 4gb sd card and it works great! I highly recommend updating your HTC Excalibur/T-mobile Dash with Win Mobile 6.1, available for free on the web. Search for Kavana on google and download sda_application unlock as well. It’s definitely worth upgrading your HTC Excalibur. It’s like having a new phone!

  16. bernard Says:

    i want a sleeky phone

  17. bernard Says:

    i want an affordable phone

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