o2 XDA Flint has just been made available on the o2 website, as you can see right here. If the device doesn’t sound familiar to you, know that it’s a version of the HTC Advantage, packing WiFi, GPS, a 3 megapixel camera and 16GB of internal memory.


For the browsing duties you’ll use Opera, while the specs of the device also include a detachable QWERTY keyboard, quad-band connectivity and a 5 inches screen. As far as design goes, you can consider this a mini-laptop and the perfect tool for document editing, in case you’re a traveling workaholic.

Its 2100 mAh battery provides enough juice for 300 hours of standby time and powers a Marvell PXA270 CPU (624 MHz) plus an ATI graphic chip.

[via coolsmartphone]

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