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HTC PI39100 Titan for AT&T Features

Operating system: Windows Phone OS 7.5
Is wireless: true
Device is a tablet computer: false
Pointing method: touchscreen
Full qwerty keyboard: true
Web support: true
Web browser: IEMobile 9.0
Release date: 2011 december
Screen width expressed in pixels: 480
Screen height expressed in pixels: 800
Number of columns presented: 12
Number of lines presented: 20
Width of the images viewable width expressed in pixels: 320
Height of the images viewable width expressed in pixels: 480
Screen width in millimiters: 50
Screen height in millimiters: 84
Device can change orientation: true
Device has cellular technology: true
Maximum bandwidth reachable by the device in Kilobits: 384
WiFi: true
SDIO cards (for WiFi): false
Support VPN connections: false
Support for HTTPS protocol (SSL connections): true
The IMEI number is accessible: false
Supports NFC (Near Field Communication): false
Device is a SmartTV: false
Download of ringtones: false
Ringtones monophonic (type 0) midi files: false
Ringtones polyphonic midi files: false
Ringtones iMelody files: false
Ringtones digiplug files: false
Ringtones compact-midi files: false
Ringtones MMF/SMAF files (Yamaha): false
Ringtones RMF files (Beatnik): false
Ringtones XMF files (Beatink - midi approved): false
Ringtones AMR files: false
Ringtones AMR wide band files: false
Ringtones AAC files: false
Ringtones WAV files: false
Ringtones MP3 files: false
Ringtones SPmidi files: false
Wallpapers: false
Screensavers: false
Picture files: false
Video clips: false
3GPP videos (including H.263): true
3GPP 2 videos (for CDMA devices): true
MP4 videos: true
MOV videos: false
Video streaming: true
Streaming in RealMedia format: none
Streaming in 3GPP: true
Streaming in MP4: true
Streaming in MOV: false
Streaming in FLV (Flash Video): false
Streaming in 3GPP 2: true
Supports SMS: true
Receive MMS messages: true
Send MMS messages: true
MMS max height for an image: 1600
MMS max width for an image: 1600
Built-in audio recorder: false
Built-in camera: false
MMS may contain JAR support: false
MMS may contain JAD support: false
MMS may contain Vcard support: false
MMS may contain video clip: true
MMS may contain MP4 video: true
MMS may contain 3GPP video: true
MMS may contain 3GPP2 (CDMA phones) video: true
Read PDF files: true
Support for RSS feeds: true
Supports wbmp format: false
Supports bmp format: false
Supports the EPOC (Symbian) bitmap format: false
Supports gif format: true
Supports animated gif (gif89a) format: true
Supports jpg format: true
Supports png format: true
Supports tif format: false
Supports SVGT v1.1: false
MIDP 1.0: false
CLDC 1.0: false
MIDP 2.0: false
CLDC 2.0: false
.wav (Waveform) sound format: true
MMF (a Yamaha format) version is understood by the number of voices: false
Smf (Standard MIDI File) sound format: false
IMode sound format: false
Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) monophonic sound format: false
Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) polyphonic sound format: false
Scalable Polyphony MIDI sound format: false
Rmf sound format (Beatnik format): false
XMF sound format (Beatnik format): false
Compact MIDI sound format (a Faith Inc. format): false
AMR standard sound format: false
AMR wide band standard sound format: false
AAC standard sound format: true
Supports the mp3 sound format: true
Supports the Qualcomm Code Excited Linear Predictive waveform format: false
Supports the Enhanced Variable Rate Codec waveform format: false

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